Smart DVD Creator

Smart DVD Creator 1.4

Supports compiling video DVD discs and various editing operations.

As its name suggests, Smart DVD Creator is intended for compiling video discs. The application promises to facilitate the whole process, saving you from making decisions regarding the type of format to use. It also includes several basic tools for video editing. The tool's interface is very much in line with the planned workflow. In this sense, it favors the operations of file import, possible content editing and finally disc burning.

You should start by creating a list of video files that you want to include on your disc. Fortunately, the tool supports practically any of the popular video formats, such as MKV, FLV, MP4, AVI, WMV, among others. It is very convenient that it can process high-resolution video. At this time, you can also preview the contents of imported clips.

With its basic editing tools, you can combine several movies, separate the audio and video of a file, and mix several audio and video tracks in the same file. Also, Smart DVD Creator allows you to extract fragments of the footage and embed subtitles from external files.

The application allows you to adjust your preferences. For example, if your machine has several disc writers, you will be able to select your favorite one. And, even if your computer does not have a disk writer, you can also save the contents in an ISO image file. In the same way, it is possible to adjust the video quality and the TV standard.

To conclude Smart DVD Creator is one tool among many others intended for DVD creation. It is a shame that during its trial, the application crashed several times. However, if you are still interested in trying out the product yourself, you should know that there is a trial version that you can download directly from the developer's site.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • Supports multiple video file formats
  • Allows combining several audio and video tracks into one file
  • Lets you add subtitles from external files
  • Allows choosing the quality of the video

Cons

  • May be unstable
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