AVS Disc Creator was available for download from a number of different sites, but I chose to download from CNET because I trust that site. The download onto my Windows 10 computer didn't take too long with the cable modem, and I did a standard installation--All the boxes in which the software maker recommended should have been left unchecked. I found that two icons were on my desktop: : There is a video converter icon, and there is a disc creator icon. There was no hassle with the GUI opening to disc creator. I could choose to burn an mp3 file onto a disk or an ISO image file. I also could make a data file or an audio file. When I clicked on the option to burn a DVD, a message appeared at the bottom of the window, telling me I could make a conversion to the DVD format using the program corresponding to the other icon (i.(If the word is a conversion: d, the converter one). By using this second program (the converter), I was able to make conversions between mp4 and mp2, WMV and omom, WMV,MPEG, and AVI as well as formats I was not familiar with like FLV and WebM. an intuitive interface that let you search for the files you need to convert and see a progress bar so you know how long it takes to complete the process. While I was hitting the "cover editor" on the Disc Creator GUI I found another window open. Using this tool, I was able to specify which text should be written on top of the disc as well as its color, font, and opacity, as well as what sort of artistic effects I would like. One of the original disc creator software's options was to remove a disk quickly and by having all files formatted, and then throw the disc away when the job had been completed.
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