DVDStyler is a cross-platform DVD authoring application that makes it possible for video enthusiasts to create professional-looking DVDs.
It uses various other open source video rendering programs to produce the final DVD menu navigation system.
DVDStyler is not a video editing program. The software allows you to select existing video files and use them to create a DVD. You must first make the actual video titles using video editing software like Kino etc.
- Create and burn DVD video with interactive menus.
- Design your own DVD menu.
- Create photo slideshows.
- Drag and drop MPEG files directly.
- Remultiplexing and transcoding using FFmpeg.
- Import image file for background.
- Create NTSC/PAL menus.
- Place text and images anywhere on the menu screen.
- Change font/color.
- Put basic text buttons, change font/color and background color.
- Copy and paste any menu object.
- Set chapters for each movie.
- Partially transparent buttons.
- Audio in menus.
- ISO size checks.
- Change post command for each movie.
- Add multiple subtitle and audio tracks.
- Support of AVI, MOV, MP4, MPEG, OGG, WMV and other file formats.
- Support of MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, Xvid, MP2, MP3, AC-3 and other audio and video formats.
- Support of multi-core processor.
- Use MPEG and VOB files without reencoding.
- Put files with different audio/video format on one DVD (support of titleset).
- User-friendly interface with support of drag & drop.
- Flexible menu creation on the basis of scalable vector graphic.
- Import of image file for background.
- Place buttons, text, images and other graphic objects anywhere on the menu screen.
- Change the font/color and other parameters of buttons and graphic objects.
- Scale any button or graphic object.
- Copy any menu object or whole menu.
- Customize navigation using DVD scripting.
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