Burning home movies to a DVD is easy to do today with DVD Burning Xpress.
DVDs offer a great way to share your home movies with friends and family because of the growing popularity of DVD players. Thanks to advances in technology, it is possible for almost anyone to do some digital video editing works such as creating desktop video productions at home.
DVD Burning Xpress can auto-scans your DV tape. You then select the clips you want and the click the Burn Now button to burn a movie DVD disc complete with text, transitions and music. It's the fastest way to get your videos onto DVD.
With DVD Burning Xpress, it's simple and fun to make great-looking DVDs. Now, anyone with a DVD player can enjoy your creations.
DVD Burning Xpress is the easiest and quickest way to turn your videos into high quality DVD or VCD movies. It enables you to build your movie with a few simple drag-and-drops, delete bad shots and include only the best scenes and then burn your movie via the CD or DVD disc which can be played on most DVD players connected to TV.
DVD Burning Xpress enables you to make cool movies and burn your creative works on DVD disc like a pro in a snap : Create, edit, and share your home movies right on your computer. Build your movie with a few simple drag-and-drops. Delete bad shots and include only the best scenes. You can even edit and combine popular file formats including AVI, WMV, ASF, MPEG, JPEG and many more. This really comes in handy and saves a lot of time, when you want to create something truly unique from multiple media sources.
System Requirements :
- SP2 for Windows XP
- Personal or multimedia computer with a 1.5 gigahertz (GHz) or higher processor
- 256 megabytes (MB) or higher of RAM
- 2.0 GB of available hard-disk space or higher
- CD-ROM or DVD drive
- XGA (1024x768) or higher resolution monitor
- DirectX 9 or later graphics support
Requirements for video capture
You need a way to get your videos into your computer. This requires different capture hardware depending on the source of your video. If you have a digital video (DV) camera, you'll need either an IEEE 1394 card or an analog video capture card. IEEE 1394 is recommended for the best quality results. Many new computers come with an IEEE 1394 card already installed. If not, there are a number of manufacturers that make a card that will work with your computer. If you have an analog video camera or a VCR, you will need to have an analog video capture card. Click here to learn more about IEEE 1394 card.
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