After capturing the video it might be useful to create DVD menu for it. To do that click the Create DVD Menu button of the Main Panes. The program will change view:
You can also Change background or even Customize your DVD menu using the respective buttons.
In the right part of the program window the DVD Chapters area is placed. It lets you select the episodes that will be used as chapters in your movie:
To add chapters, please click with the mouse cursor within the Timeline area in the place, where you want the chapter to begin. After that use the Add button to create a chapter. The same way all the other chapters are created. You can delete the unwanted chapters using the Remove button or all the chapters using the Clear button.
It sometimes might be necessary to split one video file into several parts or, quite the other way round, save several separate captured files as a single one. To do that you should do the following:
Capture video with AVS DV to DVD in the Capture mode.
Select the unnecessary scenes to be cut out in the Preview Video work modes. Mark them for deletion using the Deletion Toolbar.
Use the Player Buttons in the Preview Video mode to make sure that you marked the right scenes for deletion.
If necessary Create DVD Menu in the appropriate mode.
When all the preparations are made, click the Save Now! button to start processing of the file. The following window will open:
Here you can select the output file Name, destination Path and video Format.
If you plan to split the file into several parts, select the Save all sections into separate files option. All the episodes present between the areas of deletion will be saved as separate files having the same name as has been selected but with the ordinal notation added (1, 2, 3 and so on) after the selected file name.
If you plan to merge several files into one or if you do not plan to split the single file into separate parts, select the Save all sections into a single file option. All the sections of the single file together with all the video files in the file list will be joined into one single file.
The Burn movie to disc after processing option is also available. If you mark it, AVS DV to DVD will record the resulting files onto an optical disc using the internal burn engine. After that you will need to press the Start button and will see the deletion progress on the progress bar. It will take some time depending on the file length and your computer configuration.
Free Download AVS DV to DVD (33 MB)
Learn more feature info about AVS DV to DVD