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The VidToDisc program is an extremely simple software: it runs at a low level (the graphic window is shown in Listing 1). It works with various video and audio formats, and also supports the creation of multiple DVD covers (DVD menu) and other DVD’s types.
The main window of VidToDisc has two parts: a folder browser and a preview window. The folder browser is used to select a folder where the recordings will be written and the preview window is used to show a preview of the selected video.
The application consists of three parts, described in detail below:
1. A folder tree for the recorded files
2. A screenshot of the preview window.
3. A movie player that allows you to play back the file
The program creates folders according to the selection you make in the folder browser. These folders are created in the root of the hard disk where the folder browser is located. They are in the format “folderNameFolderName… folderName” (for example, C:\VidToDisc\F1\F2\F3). Each folder contains a list of files, each one starting with the word “file” and ending with the extension “.vtd” (for example, C:\VidToDisc\F1\F2\file.vtd). The program lets you select a single video file and drag it to the VidToDisc window (e.g., to insert it into a new folder); or you can choose to insert all the files from a folder or a series of folders into a folder.
The preview window shows a screenshot of the video that you choose. It is divided into three parts: a preview of the file (bottom left), a preview of the folder tree (bottom right) and a preview of the movie player (top left).
The preview of the video is easy to understand: the folder tree can be scrolled to the right and/or the folder tree can be expanded to show all the files in the selected folder. The preview of the movie player is quite original: the file and folder tree scroll bars disappear, and the tree is displayed on the left, with a gray arrow and the file selected as the root of the tree.
The preview of the folder tree is very simple: it is a tree diagram with the folder name in the top right corner.
The preview of the movie player is the most interesting part of the VidToDisc application. The player itself is a
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VidToDisc/Dekstop converter is a free application that will automatically back up your movies or other video files and turn them into a DVD or a folder structure on your hard disk.
It is compatible with many formats, including: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, H.264, H.263, QuickTime, ASF/WMV, AC3 and DVD.
Additional features of VIDTODISC:
* Convert your videos to a DVD in DVD-Video format or Matroska or to an AVI file.
* Import your movies from multiple folders at the same time.
* Take pictures from the video files and convert them to JPEG or BMP format, add captions and make it into a slideshow.
* Delete the chapters you don’t want on a video DVD.
* Produce DVD ISO image.
* Burn a DVD folder structure to a DVD-Video folder.
* Create video DVD from any folder structure, or from a DVD-Video folder or from a set of AVI files.
* Movie strips, movie menus, movie preview and movie menu pictures.
* Create a folder structure, a video DVD with no chapters or an AVI file.
* Produce a file structure from your videos in multiple formats: AVI, MPEG, MP4, ASF, DV, VOB, MPG, RM, RAM, OGM, etc.
* Produce a folder structure from your videos, in multiple formats, including DVD and video DVD.
* And much more.
Many features will work only on Windows XP and newer, and for Windows XP only, you will have to add or remove several extensions for video decoding and for some encoders (notably the Apple Quicktime). You can also remove the Quicktime installation of course. For more information and alternative windows installer packages, refer to the documentation, or visit the discussion forum.
This is a beta version of VidToDisc. It is stable and working, but it is not optimized for easy usage (there are still many things to improve and it has quite a few bugs). Although it is a beta version, it is fully functional and you can burn a video DVD and extract the video in AVI format. However, you cannot edit AVI or other video files. So the beta version doesn’t support these features yet.
The application is tested with both Windows XP and Windows Vista systems and it should work with the latest version of Windows and of Windows Media Player.
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1. Available for all Windows systems (Windows 98/XP/Vista).
2. It requires a.NET framework (version 2.0 or newer). The interface and all the code is written in.NET, so it will work on all modern platforms.
3. A DVD writer (DVD-R/RW or DVD+RW/RAM) is required.
4. An optical (CD/DVD) writer is required.
5. A.NET compliant system is required (that includes the platform, JRE/JDK and the.NET framework).
6. The application does not yet support Windows 95 and Windows NT (only Windows 2000 and later).
7. It may need some help from Microsoft if other languages are used or if it is a Web application.
8. The license is free to use and free to redistribute.
9. Source code is available and will be published soon.
10. Version 1.0 has been published in April 2002.
Some history of the application:
The first version of VidToDisc was created as a Windows Forms test application (and a test of the.NET framework). It was finished in about a week.
Before version 1.0 (April 2002), a number of improvements were made.
The interface has been improved, by providing the user with a better visual control of the video stream and in some cases a better video quality. Also, all dialogs have been replaced by a single main dialog with a minimize, maximize and close button.
The video stream is now split into sections by chapters, allowing the user to skip forward or backward on the video stream while keeping the progress bar at the top. The chapters can be removed.
The settings for the capture can be saved and restored. The best settings are restored each time the program is run.
The settings for the output can be saved and restored. A preview can be saved, but not restored.
Trying to capture a movie longer than two hours has now been made possible.
When a capture is made, the settings for it are stored in the XML file that was created (it can be named with a.xml extension). So, if you had saved an old capture, you could load the settings from it and have it restore itself.
As VidToDisc uses the.NET framework, the user’s profile can be saved, the preferences are stored in a configuration file.
The second version
What’s New In?
1. Design: You can select the video size, the video frame rate and adjust the video frame size. A utility icon allows you to specify the path to the original source video.
2. Capturing: VidToDisc provides a nice wizard interface to capture a video file to disk. You can choose a standard filename, a custom one or let the program generate a randomly-named file. You can then specify the size and format (see the list of supported formats), but also the frame rate and encoding quality.
4. Usage example: You can select all videos, organize them into playlists, or choose the source from which you want to download them.
Videos can be downloaded and saved to hard disk in various ways. They can be exported from the VidToDisc interface to disk in a number of formats, including DVD video, Matroska (MKV), MPEG (AVI, MPG, MPG, DAT, SVCD, VOB), QuickTime (MP4, MOV, DV, MP3, WAV), WinDVD (WMA, MP3, AVI, VOB) or Windows Media Video (WMV, ASF, MOV, MP4, VOB).
5. Organizing your videos: you can organize videos into folders based on file type, title, date, date + time or any other criteria you wish. You can then add a title and/or a description for each folder. They can also be organized by size or size + duration. Each video can be added to as many folders as you wish, and can also be displayed in alphabetical order.
6. Capturing a folder of videos: In VidToDisc, you can select a folder from which to capture videos. You can then adjust the capture speed and the number of captures, as well as the destination file format.
If you have a folder of videos, VidToDisc will automatically create a folder on disk with the same name as the original folder. It will also provide a detailed description of the contents and their (custom) name.
7. Creating a playlist of videos: You can add a number of videos to a single playlist. You can then specify the duration of the file to be added, as well as its destination format. You can also add a description of the file.
8. Converting: VidToDisc provides a number of converters to convert a range of formats to another. It can convert videos to DVD, into any of the above listed formats, or into.srt subtitles (the latter for use with the VLC player).
9. Options: VidToDisc provides a number of options to tailor its features to your needs. You can define which folder and/or file types are loaded automatically, and also specify the source from which videos are retrieved.
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Windows 7, 8 or 10, 8.1 or 10.0.10586.
Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8 or 10.9.
Linux: Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 16.10.
Processor: Intel i5-3230 CPU or equivalent.
Memory: 1 GB RAM, 4 GB free disk space, 20 GB free disk space for installation.
Broadband Internet connection or compatible modem to connect to the internet.
Gamepad: A gamepad with XInput interface