DVD Flick allows users the ability to burn videos on your PC into a DVD. You can control audio type, bitrates, volume levels, and resolution of the videos. It practically acts as a video editor that will finish by burning a disk. The program user interface is very simple and easy to use. It works perfectly with basic Microsoft Windows operating systems, including Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. Videos from forty-five different file types, such as window media formates, avi, mp4, and more can be managed by DVD Flick. You can also add your own customized subtitles in any language. DVD Flick has some of the highest ratings of products in this same genre. DVD Flick is most heavily used by people in the US and the UK. The program itself takes up only a very small, measly ~40 mega bytes of data. This pales in comparison to most programs these days. The program also works very fast, with users able to allot CPU usage power to the program in order to run faster or slower to most efficiently manage your time.
DVD Flick works better than other DVD burners because it has many more options that you can use. Its an all in one package that does everything for you except putting the disc in and taking it out. The tool is excellent for those you still have a DVD player and enjoy watching old fashioned movies on their devices. It is also a useful tool for those who prefer hard storage units for there videos, as opposed to videos saved on the cloud or on a hard drive.
It lets you add subtitles
Some individuals suggest the program uses a lot of processor power. This depends on the version and type of poerating system used by the owner.