iOrgsoft DVD Maker can use all kinds of video files to create attractive custom DVDs that are compatible with any DVD player. It stays a step ahead of a growing cadre of freeware DVD burners by offering lots of customization options, including menus and frames. But its biggest advantage is probably its ability to burn DVDs using the videos in your library, no matter what format: Flash, AVI, MOV, MKV, 3GP, and many more. You don't have to convert them: Just add the videos you want, and DVD Maker does the rest.
Many formats, one disc: DVD Maker can take a bunch of short videos in different formats and turn them into a DVD you can watch on TV.
Trim videos: The easy-to-use Trim tool edits videos directly from your project list, while the Edit tool crops frames, adds effects (including 3D effects), and edits audio, too.
Custom menus: DVD Maker includes custom menu backgrounds, music, and even button styles in many different series such as Life, Nature, and Cartoons.
Freeware competition: Shareware like DVD Maker faces stiff pressure from freeware that can create pretty slick DVDs, too.
Yes, DVD freeware does a decent (if basic) job. But if you've ever tried to create a montage DVD for a special event using a less capable tool than DVD Maker (with less-than-stellar results), you'll know it's worth the cost.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of iOrgsoft DVD Maker 3.0.1