How to create DVD chapters in Womble EasyDVD?

April 5, 2010 by  
Filed under DVD authoring

A chapter is an invisible mark in the video that helps you navigate through the film as you are watching it.  Instead of fast-forwarding to a specific point you can jump at intervals, these intervals are chapter points that you can determine here.

If this is your first time to use Womble EasyDVD you might want to check a complete guide on how to use Womble EasyDVD to create your own DVD movie.

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By default Womble EasyDVD will automatically create a chapter point at start of each video clip(s) if you Read more

Womble EasyDVD Review

March 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Software Reviews

Review of Womble EasyDVD

Womble EasyDVD is a streamlined, easy-to-use DVD authoring program for those of us who don't want to deal with extraneous features and jargon that will leave us scratching our heads in confusion. Its step by step workflow and the self-explanatory functional layout makes DVD authoring as simple, quick, and intuitive as possible, enabling you to create your own DVD in a few clicks.

It is incredibly easy-to-use because it has simplified the DVD authoring process into Read more

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How to add an intro video to DVD before the main menu shows up?

March 16, 2010 by  
Filed under DVD authoring

How to add an intro video on my DVD disk to play before the main menu appears? This is one of the common questions asked on DVD authoring forums. In this guide I will show you how to simply add an intro video clip to DVD. To be specific, the video clip will automatically play before the main menu is displayed and will return to main menu when the play ends, and nobody will find the intro video on your menu page.

Here we will use Read more

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How to remove unwanted scenes from DVD movie without re-encoding?

March 4, 2010 by  
Filed under DVD authoring, Video editing

In this guide I will show you how to use Womble EasyDVD to delete unwanted footage from DVD movie and then burn it back without any video quality loss. Womble EasyDVD is an excellent tool for small DVD edits or to author a new DVD from existing DVD footage, without the need for any re-encoding. So you don't have to wait to re-encode the whole movie and suffer the heavy quality loss for every little cut that is made. Read more

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How to put(combine, merge) multiple DVDs on a single DVD?

November 22, 2009 by  
Filed under DVD authoring

There are times when your favorite videos are small enough to fit on one disc but they're scattered across several discs. This guide will tell you how to pluck your favorite videos from 2 different DVD discs and combine them on one new playable DVD disc without re-encoding.

Possible uses for this guide:

1. Taking 2 or more different movies  and  creating 1 DVD out of them

2. Combining 2 or more DVD's to 1 DVD-R or DVD+R

3. Joining a double sided DVD (meaning you have to take the disc out and flip it over to watch the rest) to a single sided DVD-R or DVD+R Read more

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How to create a basic DVD with Womble EasyDVD?

November 15, 2009 by  
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This guide will teach you how to create a DVD with a few mouse clicks. First of all get Womble EasyDVD which is a very good and intuitive authoring program. It's not freeware, but don't worry because you can try it for a month. You can free download it here. Read more

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