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    DVD Creator Software?


    I used a program called DVD Flick on windows to convert single or multiple .avi files into DVDs, either by making them into ISOs, or just converting to the standard DVD setup, and burn them. You could add menus, custom bitrates, stuff like that. I was wondering what a good linux friendly alternative this is, as unfortunately DVD flick is windows only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sHooks View Post
    I used a program called DVD Flick on windows to convert single or multiple .avi files into DVDs, either by making them into ISOs, or just converting to the standard DVD setup, and burn them. You could add menus, custom bitrates, stuff like that. I was wondering what a good linux friendly alternative this is, as unfortunately DVD flick is windows only.

    Thanks
    In my opinion K3B is the best CD/DVD burning software for Linux and I believe that it is as good as many premium Windows CD/DVD burning software. The only downside is that you will need KDE libraries for it to work. If you want to install it, you should try using the package manager for your distro, so it can take care of all the extra software installation. If it isn't available through your package manager then you can download it here.
    Download - K3b
    Good luck and do let us know how it goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    In my opinion K3B is the best CD/DVD burning software for Linux and I believe that it is as good as many premium Windows CD/DVD burning software. The only downside is that you will need KDE libraries for it to work. If you want to install it, you should try using the package manager for your distro, so it can take care of all the extra software installation. If it isn't available through your package manager then you can download it here.
    Download - K3b
    Good luck and do let us know how it goes.
    Perfect, exactly what I needed. The package manager had it all. Thanks.

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