Using DVD Flick to create DVDs from video files

DVD Flick is an open source Windows program that allows you to burn various video file types to DVD (as an actual DVD, not as a data file).

It’s fairly simple to use, but there are a couple of weird nuances:

  1. By default, it doesn’t actually burn to disc when you create the DVD. It creates a DVD-ready set of files in a folder on your computer. In order to actually make the DVD, you have to change the settings in your project by going to Project Settings > Burning > Burn project to disc.
  2. Also by default, there is a weird audio delay (similar to bad dubbing on Bruce Lee movies from the 70s). In order to get rid of that delay, you have to go to Edit title… > Audio tracks > Edit > Ignore audio delay for this track.

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