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gAny2DVD is a graphical application that can convert any of your video files supported by your installation of "mplayer" into MPEG2 format suitable for creating DVDs. A simple DVD authoring tool is included as well. You need to have mplayer, mencoder, and dvdauthor installed in order to run gAny2DVD.

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Recent releases

  •  25 Mar 2008 16:06

    Release Notes: A menu entry, an encoded aspect ratio choice, and a preview button were added. A font file installation help dialog appears when no fonts are found. Adding black borders should not cripple the aspect ratio of the video clip anymore. A warning dialog now appears when adding subtitles without black borders enabled. An application icon was added. Minor code cleanup and small file rearranging were done.

    •  15 Mar 2008 12:54

      Release Notes: Three important libraries missing from the previous release were included.

      •  14 Mar 2008 17:57

        Release Notes: This release adds an option for adding black borders around the video (expand). Aspect info is restored, as dvdauthor lacked it. Better construction of the MEncoder command. .tgz and .rpm packages. Insertion of 'autoaspect' instead of 16/9 or 4/3, as it seems to keep the a_ratio correct. 'expand' has been removed from menc encoding. The vbitrate value has been fixed so that the resulting MPEG file is not bigger than the specified DVD size.

        •  04 Dec 2007 08:42

          Release Notes: Preview was fixed. A video option to select the -vo device was added. The subtitle font button was fixed. The maximum reencode audio value is now 448kbps.

          •  15 Nov 2007 14:47

            Release Notes: This release added subtitle font checking, a subtitle font combo, and subtitle size spin button. Saving of settings now works and restores values. Preview now runs in a separate thread.


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