Reviewing 2.0 RC2 (Oct 11, 2011)
Since it's bundled with a tootbar it is no longer open source.
Reviewing 1.8.0 (Mar 14, 2010)
220.127.116.11 is out!
Reviewing 1.8.0 (Feb 3, 2010)
Still licensed under the GPL and here is a link to the source code:
Makes it open source in my book. Ding one star for including some sort of third party installer which you can very easily decline.
The program has always worked great for me, but I could see it becoming frustrating for someone who does not know how to use it or isn't familiar with the various topics associated with transcoding, authoring, etc.
Reviewing 1.7.4 (Oct 5, 2009)
This is no longer "Open Source". The author is including a "Kicin" crapware bundle. It has been reported to Sourceforge.
Reviewing 1.7.3 (Sep 18, 2009)
Absolute crap. After waiting for it to decode three menued avi videos (which took it 9 hours), the program announced that the burning had failed. The saved file took 30 minutes to load, and when BURN was again commanded, the application began to transcode all over again. There should be a place for dim-witted developers to do community service, perhaps they should be required to compensate users for shoddy craftsmanship.
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