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Sothink DVD Creator Review

Posted In Software Reviews, Video tools - By Techtiplib on Thursday, December 3rd, 2015 With No Comments »

Despite the fact that DVDs have already lost the charismas in the war against the Blu-rays for a considerable long time ago, there are still those die-hard fans trying to keep them, in one way or another. Plus that nowadays most of the newly released commercial movies are coming up on Blu-rays, other than DVDs, those fans are feeling harder than ever to grab feeding their DVD collections. So, to these DVD hobbyists, there must be one way out.

DVD Creator

Apparently, that way goes to a DVD creator. Just think about how many videos you have shot during the past few months whit your iPhone, your iPad, or any device that comes with a camera, you will realize that people now are taking more videos than ever before. Now, if you are really into that DVD thing, why not just make your own DVDs at home, out of these videos?

As to how to find a reliable DVD maker software, this is why this article is here for. To hunt for a quality one, you have to bring several factors under consideration, like the input support, output options, burning options, efficiency and flexibility, etc. Sothink DVD Creator is the one that comes into the sight, meeting all the standards that we required.

Firstly, the input support: Sothink DVD Creator supports almost all the known video file formats, such as MKV, MP4, AVI, M2TS, TS, MOV, WMV, WMA, 3GP, FLV, M4V, VOB, etc.

Next, the output options: the output DVD-video has the standard DVD file structures as the commercially released movie DVDs, which has VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders, with IFO, BUP, VOB files in VIDEO_TS folder. And users have three options to save the final DVD video, two of which would be to save it on computer HDDs as DVD ISO files or DVD folders, and the 3rd option is to burn it to blank DVD discs. And when it comes to the 3rd option, users will be able to play back the DVDs in any standalone DVD player on this planet, because it is region free.

Then, the burning engine: Sothink DVD Creator has multiple options of burning engines, actually, there are four, the built-in Sothink burning, and some 3rd party tools, like Nero burning ROM, VSO burning engine, and Imgburn. The choices are there, but it totally depends on users which one to choose.

To move on, the efficiency: Sothink DVD Creator supports multi-threading, multi-core CPUs processing, Intel Quick Sync, and NVIDIA CUDA hardware accelerating. Obviously, efficiency is not the one standing in the way.

Finally, the flexibility: Sothink DVD Creator allows users to do quite a lot of custom settings, including menu templates, even the decoration widgets, font, font color, etc. So, flexibility also comes in abundance.

As a sum up, Sothink DVD Creator is quite a good choice when people want to turn their private videos into DVDs and then share them with the ones they care about. The features are robust, the functionalities are impressive, and the efficiency also rocks. Besides all, it is also quite affordable, which costs only $56.99 for a lifetime license, and $36.99 for one year’s subscription. Your money will be well spent. If you feel like giving it a trial shot, find it here at Good luck out there!

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