ConvertXtoDVD 5.0

Versatile video tool to author and burn DVDs out of your video file collection
4.2  (461 votes)
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ConvertXtoDVD is a comprehensive authoring tool that makes DVD creation and design a highly enjoyable task. You will find it difficult to spot a video codec that the program does not support as input, or an audio file format that it cannot use to build your soundtrack. Besides, it offers you full support for all best-known subtitle file formats, flexible menu authoring capabilities, and some basic yet useful editing functions.

The program offers a complete solution to DVD authoring – from input video selection, through video editing, adding subtitles, soundtrack creation, and menu design, all the way to DVD burning. The list of all the video codecs supported by ConvertXtoDVD would be too long to include here – suffice it to say that all file formats associated with AVI, MPEG, Matroska, Flash, Ogg Vorbis, QuickTime, Real Media, and Windows Media codecs are supported, together with EVO, MTS, and M2TS High-Definition video file formats. If you need to add a soundtrack to the entire DVD or to some of your video files, you can use any WAV, FLAC, MPEG, Ogg, APE, Real Media audio track – to mention but a few – or any combination of them. IDX, SUB, SRT, ASS, and SSA subtitle files can be easily imported into your DVD, and even though you cannot change the content of those files, you can always spend some time customizing their appearance (font, color, position, etc.).

All controls are available on the same screen where the input video selection is made. Here you can also count with an oversized video player to preview your original videos. Video editing, menu creation, and creating subtitles are tasks that you can also perform without leaving the program’s main interface. It is not common to find a tool that is both so comprehensive and so easy to use at the same time.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • Offers a comprehensive solution for your video-to-DVD needs, including menu authoring and subtitle support.
  • Simple to use.
  • Comes with some useful editing features.
  • Supports nearly all known video and audio formats as input


  • Subtitle text cannot be edited
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