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AVStoDVD

AVStoDVD is a flexible tool to convert various media formats to DVD compliant streams and burn them into a highly compatible single track DVD. Features: Video/Audio editing, Video/Audio encoding, DVD Authoring, ISO Image Building and DVD Burning.
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Language: English
Ease of use: Not Rated
Latest Version: 2.8.7 (details)
OS Support: Windows XP
License: Open Source
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Download: AVStoDVD_287_Install.exe   AVStoDVD_287_Install.exe

Description:Download the latest stable version of AVStoDVD, installer version
Version:2.8.7 (added Jan 22, 2018 - view changelog)
Size:57.24 MB


Download: AVStoDVD_287_NoInstall.7z   AVStoDVD_287_NoInstall.7z

Description:Download the latest stable version of AVStoDVD, no installer version
Version:2.8.7 (added Jan 22, 2018 - view changelog)
Size:32.9 MB


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Description:

AVStoDVD is a flexible tool to convert various media formats to DVD compliant streams and burn them into a highly compatible single track DVD. Features: Video/Audio editing, Video/Audio encoding, DVD Authoring, ISO Image Building and DVD Burning.


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Supported File Formats:

Input Files: AVI, DivX, DV, H.264, MKV, MP4, MPG, TS, VOB, WMV, Xvid
Output Files: DVD

OS Compatibility:

Windows XP

Revision History:

Version 2.8.7
  • Release Date: Jan 22, 2018
  • Download(s):
  • - Some bugs fixed
    - Added AviSynth plugin DSS2mod to replace DirectShowSource for video frame serving in 'A2DSource.avsi' script
    - Added support to WebM files (*.webm) as input files, subset of Matroska
    - Added warning messages when AVC/AAC title is added and Microsoft DTV-DVD decoders are default codecs
    - Added a warning message when input title has a DVD compliant audio track with delay, to force audio re-encode
    - Added check of .NET Framework 2 presence in 'Preferences'/'System'/'Software Info'
    - Added BDSup2Sub 5.1.2 to improve bitmap-based subs handling (resize and resync). It requires Java Runtime Environment
    - Added check of Java Runtime Environment presence in 'Preferences'/'System'/'Software Info'
    - Added 'Smart Selection' option to 'Preferences'/'AviSynth'/'Hard FrameRate Conversion' option (see Help section for more details)
    - Added AviSynth script 'MCJMFPS.avsi' for hard fps conversions (thanks to johnmeier and manolito from doom9)
    - Dropped AviSynth script 'MotionProtectedFPS.avsi' for hard fps conversions, mainly due to edge artifacts
    - Revised other 'Preferences'/'AviSynth'/'Hard FrameRate Conversion' option labels
    - Revised video encoder smart selection rationale: no more HCenc VBR 1-pass for multicore CPUs
    - Revised DVD Menu Highlight colors list (Selection and Play). Now they replicate default DVD palette used in AVStoDVD.
    - Revised 'Force FFmpeg when temp WAV is > 4GB' in 'Preferences'/'Audio' rationale: now it is applied also for 1.0/2.0 channels tracks longer than 3 hours
    - Improved support of VobSub subtitles: resize and resync from BD sources is now implemented with BDSup2Sub
    - Improved handling of "non-mod4" interlaced sources within the AviSynth script generation routine
    - Spun off Preferred DirectShow Codecs Tool in a separate executable file 'A2DCodecs.exe'
    - Removed 'Execute AVStoDVD with Elevated Privileges' option in 'Preferences'/'Misc'
    - LAV Filters updated to release 0.70.2
    - AVSMeter updated to release 2.6.5
    - FFMpegSource plugin updated to release 2.22 r1293+111 (C plugin)
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