I have rotated with SonyVX2000 with the 16:9 setting. Now that I have a 16:9 - video (720x576). This of course now I would like to burn to a DVD that the video like when you buy a car videos of my 16:9 widescreen Panasonic detected. Which DVD authoring program is 16:9 capable, easy to use and preferably free. ;) And what does it mean? A colleague has recommended with Media Factory, because it looks like from?
Antwort von Alpinist:
Which DVD authoring program is 16:9 capable, easy to use and preferably free. ;)
This one is free: http://www.dvdstyler.de/
XML skills are of advantage, however, because the surface does not offer all the possibilities (or very deeply hidden), the tool supports (eg 16:9 menu). Otherwise I think it is precisely because of the easy to edit XML project a good program.
a well-known, proven and especially free program is GUI for DVD Author. Do Googling times.
But now I know not whether to blow the synonymous 16:9 may think but ...
Personally, I would of Adobe Encore DVD recommend: logical, completely free to design and really good, especially if other Adobe products is used. Is synonymous but not really free, but worth it. On the Adobe website is a free trial version that runs 14 days, I think.
Antwort von Markus:
Also 14 days is synonymous the trial version of Sonic ReelDVD (or the successor DVDit! Pro). ReelDVD is very clear, easy to learn / use and in any case 16:9.
Antwort von Wiro:
Also 14 days is synonymous the trial of DVDlab is very clear, easy to learn / use and in any case 16:9. DVDlab speaks only English.
If you should happen to your video Appro cut, then you need this is enough. A few clicks are enough to a "fire" directly from the timeline out. Gruss Wiro