Pavtube DVD Creator estaba como Giveaway el día n 18 de noviembre de 2012
Pavtube DVD Creator es un creador de DVD y quemador útil que ayuda a quemar sus vídeos y álbumes de fotos en DVD para su reproducción en reproductores de DVD, incluye un menú de DVD. Usted no necesita preocuparse por el formato de vídeo importado, y también puede editar los vídeos y presentaciones de diapositivas a base de fotos.
Esto hace que sea fácil de grabar el DVD para hacer reproducible los vídeos de la videocámara (MTS / M2TS / MOV / AVI / TOD / MOD / MP4, etc), vídeos descargados (FLV/F4V, MP4 MKV, etc), programas de TV grabados (Tivo), y más. Plantillas de menú personalizable le ayudan a personalizar su DVD con facilidad.
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Windows XP/ 2003/ Vista/ 7/ 8
Pavtube Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate is a perfect combination of Blu-ray Ripper, DVD Ripper and HD Video Converter. It helps rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD movies and other videos to suitable formats for playback on HD media player, Android/iOS phones and tablets.
Pavtube HD Video Converter helps convert HD/non-HD videos like AVCHD MTS/M2TS/TS, MXF, MP4, MKV, MOV, AVI, FLV/F4V, etc. from camcorders, downloading sites and more. Multiple output format selections help easily output suitable files for editing software, iPad, iPhone, Android tablets and more.
Pavtube Chewtune converts Digital Copy movies, DRM video and audio files redeemed or purchased from iTunes, Amazon and other online store into common ones for playing in Android phones/tablets, iOS devices and any media player on your PC.
Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper helps you rip/convert/backup/copy movies from Blu-ray Discs for playback on iPad/Apple TV/iPhone/Samsung Galaxy Tab/Motorola Xoom, and more. You can also burn DVD from a DVD (newly updated feature).
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Looks like a pretty good DVD movie maker designed to burn any video format and even ISO image to DVD with NTSC or PAL video standard, providing you with excellent customization options, to add on the DVD output, like menu template/style, menu text, aspect ratio etc...
Here a short guide on how to use it:
So if you were looking for an app like this just grab it and enjoy!!
The BETA version is still FREE for users:
BEST FREE ALTERNATIVES
* WinX DVD Author
* DVD Flick
Great Open Source DVD Authoring software, which can combine multiple movies, add menu to your DVD providing subtitles as well and then burn them to a DVD.
Amazing FREE CD, DVD, Bu-Ray, and HD-DVD audio, video, photos, and data files burner, which also lets you create your own DVDs with a very easy to use Wizard interface.
* DVD Styler
Can burn your DVDs, and also add menus to them. It Works on Linux as well.
* Sonne DVD Creator
* DVD Author Plus
* Free DVD Creator
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Very disappointing - I have been making DVD video for years and this is one of the worst editors I've tried.
The Video Editor section is crude and unresponsive, I found it impossible to cut where I wanted to.
The rest of the facilities looked as if they may have been reasonable (for the price) but I did not try them as good video editing is fundamental to making a good DVD.
By the way I have a high end machine as is necessary for video work.
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I can't recommend Pavtube DVD Creator - for several reasons.
The function: I loaded 24 jpg-images + a soundtrack, as I wanted to test the program's ability to create a sound-slideshow. The result turned out to be a tiny screen on a fixed background image (which I could choose from my own photo collection). The sound track was so distorted that it was impossible to understand the narrated words.
The basic idea: The final product is supposed to be burned directly to a DVD disc, but it may also be saved as ISO or it may generate a DVD folder (I quit testing before I could estimate the final result, though).
Uninstall problems: It took a lot of effort to uninstall the program using Advanced Uninstaller PRO (an earlier GOTD which works perfectly well). The problem was that my Avast AV had thrown DVD Creator into the sandbox. Trying to execute the Pavtube uninstall.exe resulted in several blockings by Comodo firewall, and the uninstaller could not handle a "sandboxed" program. I had to let Avast accept the DVD Creator and skip the Comodo warnings, before the program could be uninstalled. I hope that all the many alterations that the install made have been restored. I didn't much like the changes made to the global hook DINPUT.dll, because such action could imply spyware (which is probably not the case here, though).
I have created sound-slideshows and made video editing using various programs (lately with Wondershare Video Editor, a GOTD enriched with an inexpensive addition). I prefer to get a lossless result onto my HDD, before I compress it, when necessary.
Perhaps I am overreacting and unfair to Pavtube, in which case I apologize. The above is of course only based on my personal views and experience.
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Down loaded and registered with no problem using supplied key in Win 8 x64. Simple to start using but could not figure out how to add title photos for DVD chapters. Made a DVD of videos and wanted to use a shot from each video for the chapter title. Went to no menu just to get through this. Checked DVD with 14 chapters in the Preview section. The audio when played on my computer as single files is fine but using this program it became choppy and not enjoyable to listen to. A bit disappointed because I need a good DVD program. I lost all my prior GOTD programs and need to rebuild my library. Thank you but I will wait for something better to come along. Maybe a freebee, maybe not.
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It makes it difficult to review a program that refuses to do what it is supposed to.
Every attempt (3x) I made to burn video files with this program failed. I get an error message telling me to send a file to pavtube.
I will say this, I tried a couple of combinations, different formats, and all the same format videos, anywhere from 150 mb to 1.5 gb total file size, but none of them would work.
The program took interminably long to create titles, which it never did complete. As much as 15 minutes of attempting to create titles for about 11 videos totalling 1.5 gb, and then it gives the error message.
It is disappointing and I feel a waste of my time.
Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit 2gb ram.
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