Best software to burn video files to DVD

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  1. whs
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    Windows 7

    I recommend you guys read the guide:
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  2. Posts : 22,741
    Windows 10 Home x64

    whs said:
    I recommend you guys read the guide:
    Will do..
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  3. Posts : 463
    Windows 10 Home and Pro
    Thread Starter

    And DVD Flick worked perfectly! Thanks!
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  4. whs
    Posts : 1,935
    Windows 7

    I am glad you could get your project done.
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  5. Posts : 2,513
    trying to install win10

    Dvdflick is good.

    It is possible to get movie maker and dvd maker working on win10.
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  6. Posts : 1
    windows 10

    UFUShare gives two tips to burn dvd on windows 10, it is useful.
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  7. Posts : 146
    Windows 11 Pro

    wondercrew said:
    has anyone here tried movavi? is it good?
    I used Movadi Video Converter and Movavi Video Editor Plus which believe it or not is way better than the Adobe Premiere Elements 2021 that I have as it has better and easier to use options for scaling. You see sometimes I take a video of my workouts at the gym, then go home, copy the video file to my computer, add some music to it, export it as a MP4 and copy it back to my phone so I can upload it to Instagram. The problem with Premiere is it doesn't scale properly so when viewing the video on the phone it appears tiny in the middle with black bars surrounding it and I couldn't for the life of me solve this issue no matter how many attempts I tried. With Movai Video Editor, it takes one click to select the proper aspect ratio and it's done. Not sure what Movavi product you are asking about but all their software are of top notch quality and the licenses are perpetual and not expensive.
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