Leawo DVD Creator 7.9.0 giveaway olarak 30 Ağustos 2018 tarihinde sunulmuştu
Leawo DVD Creator tüm video kaynaklarından, ev yapımı klipler ve indirilmiş AVI, MKV, MP4, WMV, Xvid, MOV, FLV, ve daha çok formatta videodan en güzel DVD'yi yaratmanıza yardımcı bir programdır. Bu DVD Creator ile videoları DVD (DVD-5, DVD-9) diske, klasöre ve/veya ISO image olarak kaydedebilir ve ISO dosyasını direkt DVD diske yazabilirsiniz.
Not: Program 1 senelik lisansa sahiptir. Leawo DVD Creator , Leawo Prof. Media suite'nin bir parçası gibi çalışmaktadır.
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10; Processor: 1 GHz or above Intel Processor; RAM: 256 MB (512 MB recommended); Free Hard Disk: 512 MB or above
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Leawo Blu-ray Creator delivers practical but quite easy solutions i n converting and burning videos in various formats to Blu-ray/DVD disc, folder or ISO Image files. With 40+ disc menu and template models preset, Leawo Blu-ray Creator still allows personalizing disc menu and template with personal images, audios, icons, etc. Aside from video to Blu-ray/DVD burning, it also features built-in video editor, 2D to 3D converter, built-in media player and screenshots snapping, etc. Special 30% OFF Sale for GOTD users!
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When I was first exposed to Leawo products, I put them in the category of "decent products to have in the toolbax." When they introduced their consolidated interface where all of their products could be accessed from one manager, I didn't have a problem with that either. The user was given an e-mail address to use to activate the program. That e-mail address is connected to the giveaway site. The user is happy with the license that will last for some decent ans respectful period of time, usually a year in the ones I have noticed.
Then within a short period of time, they have an offer of a different program but on a different giveaway site. Great, now I will have two of their products. They now give the user a different e-mail address to use to activate the program, and it is associated with the different giveaway site.
Then you realize, the first application just lost its activation because it was tied to a different giveaway site, no matter if you used it for a week or month; it is now de-activated.
If you have multiple computers you can use each one for a different giveaway site, but if you wish to use the same computer, then you will need to decide if you prefer to keep any previous apps or start over with the new one.
Is Leawo DVD Creator worth starting over?
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If you have the previous v5 from GAOTD - DO NOT UPGRADE!
The upgrade process is smooth, simple, and works. The end result is the crippling of a perfectly good program. The previous version opens in a small window, with a neat and uncluttered interface, taking up a small part of the screen.
I can't adequately describe what 7 looks like in a short, coherent sentence, so bear with me:
My screen resolution is 5120x1440 (dual 2160 x 1440 monitors). The v7 opens a "interface" that is almost 1400 pixels high, and not far short of 2000 pixels across. It can resized - but only larger!
The interface is like a horribly simplistic Windows 8 app; large, blocky, large point sized fonts, large widgets. Think of any application running in "simple mode", and you have the new version interface.
Settings has no means of control other than setting the language, the "priority native codec" the "Max Run" (with no information what this means - the i button doesnt work), default PAL/NTSC, number of CPUs to use, and the internet connection (why? its a disk burner!)
Thats it - no means to resize this horrible, awful interface.
It gets worse. For creating a disk menu, you can only use the built-in menu template system. By this, use the built-in templates, an on-line template, or a custom template. The supplied templates are less than basic - they are childish, literally, looking like illustrations in primary school. Tweaking is limited. Literally, limited to moving about the image of the video segments for the disk being created.
Frankly, I find the interface so "dumbed down" to be insulting.
I quite liked v5 - a clean, compact, relevant, easy-to-use interface. V7 is a huge step backwards in terms of usabillity and interface. So much of a step back, I'm sure it must be aimed at young children.
Sorry guys, give me back v5 any day.
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The second I posted, I uninstalled the software. Horrified to see it takes up almost 300MB on disk (!!!!). The uninstall process does launch the Leawo software site, where the ask why one is uninstalling. And to their credit:
a) one of the options is "I dont like the interface"
b) they provide a link to download the previous version (in my case V5)
So whilst I don't like v7, a thumbs up to Leowo for recognising the new interface is not to everyones taste, and a means of using the older version that the user was happy with!
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So how good is the image quality after being converted to DVD format ?
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As TK posted, you're limited to the 720 x 480 [NTSC] or 720 x 576 [PAL] frame sizes. Quality itself depends on the video you use, e.g. a high quality 1080p video re-encoded to 720 x 480 can look very good on a lower rez screen, & generally is acceptable [watchable] on a 1080 display.
It gets tricky though, particularly for NTSC video [as used in the US]... the max bit rate is ~9, and you're limited to ~4.5 or 8 GB of storage on single & dual layer DVDs. As TK also posted, the mpg2 encoding that DVDs use is less efficient than something like the AVC used on Blu-rays -- at DVD frame sizes an mpg2 file is roughly double the size of the same video using AVC. To make the best use of the available disc space you want to use Variable Bit Rate encoding [VBR]. And if the source is originally 24 fps [like most movies], for NTSC you want to use drop frame encoding -- what that does is let you store only 24 frames per second, so smaller files, that are played back at the required 29.97 fps. [Note: nowadays you *may* be able to get away with 24 fps non-drop frame video -- IF your DVD authoring software will allow it -- depending on your playback device.]
But wait -- it gets trickier still... because DVDs were designed in an analog world, what you see on a PC at *roughly* 640 x 480 NTSC has to be resized to a 720 x 480 frame -- PAL requires a similar resizing. [I say "Roughly" because the math, exact figures, & the reasons behind it would take a full page to explain.] 16:9 wide-screen video also has to be squeezed into that same 720 x 480 or 576 frame -- the player expands it back out to full size. And just like still images, resizing video does effect quality too -- another reason you want to start with high quality video, so you can better afford the data loss.
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Couldn't get it to install on Windows 10. Just asked to install "Software Informer". What is that?
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Pah, software informer is an add-on to let you know of new software released. Users are prompted if they want the add-on with any install of GOTD software. I typically leave these options unselected and without issue.
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