Video Software DVD Recording DVDStyler for Windows (32-bit)

DVDStyler for Windows (32-bit) 3.0.3 for Windows

by Alex Thüring

Avg. Rating 3.3 (215 votes)

File Details

File Size 37.1 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 11,287
Publisher Alex Thüring
Homepage DVDStyler
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

DVDStyler is a cross-platform DVD authoring application that makes possible for video enthusiasts to create professional-looking DVDs. It is Free software distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

Latest Reviews

egg83

egg83 reviewed v2.5.1 on Aug 2, 2013

Have used this program for a while, and never burned a coaster with it. Is not the fanciest looking app, but solid performer.

jack_alexander

jack_alexander reviewed v2.0 RC2 on Oct 11, 2011

Since it's bundled with a tootbar it is no longer open source.

Tigris

Tigris reviewed v1.8.0 on Mar 14, 2010

1.8.0.1 is out!

EarlyMorningHours

EarlyMorningHours reviewed v1.8.0 on Feb 3, 2010

Still licensed under the GPL and here is a link to the source code:
https://sourceforge.net/...-1.8.0.tar.bz2/download

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.

y0himba

y0himba reviewed v1.7.4 on Oct 5, 2009

This is no longer "Open Source". The author is including a "Kicin" crapware bundle. It has been reported to Sourceforge.

TigerTou

TigerTou reviewed v1.7.3 on 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.

innerspirit

innerspirit reviewed v1.7.2 Beta 4 on Jan 22, 2009

It's a good program but not very easy to use. I've used Nero Vision and that one is far easier to use and you can do way more things, although it's not free.

I think this one is on the right track but still has to improve a lot to be really usable by a newbie.

PagingDrLeoMarvin

PagingDrLeoMarvin reviewed v1.7.1 Beta 1 on Nov 11, 2008

works fine for me

Avg. Rating 3.3 (215 votes)
Your Rating
egg83

egg83 reviewed v2.5.1 on Aug 2, 2013

Have used this program for a while, and never burned a coaster with it. Is not the fanciest looking app, but solid performer.

jack_alexander

jack_alexander reviewed v2.0 RC2 on Oct 11, 2011

Since it's bundled with a tootbar it is no longer open source.

Tigris

Tigris reviewed v1.8.0 on Mar 14, 2010

1.8.0.1 is out!

EarlyMorningHours

EarlyMorningHours reviewed v1.8.0 on Feb 3, 2010

Still licensed under the GPL and here is a link to the source code:
https://sourceforge.net/...-1.8.0.tar.bz2/download

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.

y0himba

y0himba reviewed v1.7.4 on Oct 5, 2009

This is no longer "Open Source". The author is including a "Kicin" crapware bundle. It has been reported to Sourceforge.

TigerTou

TigerTou reviewed v1.7.3 on 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.

innerspirit

innerspirit reviewed v1.7.2 Beta 4 on Jan 22, 2009

It's a good program but not very easy to use. I've used Nero Vision and that one is far easier to use and you can do way more things, although it's not free.

I think this one is on the right track but still has to improve a lot to be really usable by a newbie.

PagingDrLeoMarvin

PagingDrLeoMarvin reviewed v1.7.1 Beta 1 on Nov 11, 2008

works fine for me

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