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Click to DVD version 2.5

As its name suggests, this program allows you to author a DVD in a simple and easy way. First, you import videos and pictures from external devices like a camcorder or camera. Then you design the menu of your DVD. And the last step is to preview the resulting multimedia disc. If the preview is all right, you can then burn it onto a physical medium.

Of course, the program supports High-Definition Video (HDV), that very format for which you should buy this notebook with its large screen and 200GB of hard disk storage. After the video file is imported from the camcorder, I can proceed to making the disc menu.

Then the DVD movie is previewed and written to a medium. I took a 25GB TDK BD-RE 2x and inserted it into the notebook’s Blu-ray drive and let it burn:

As a result, I got a disc that could be reproduced on the reviewed notebook itself, using InterVideo WinDVD BD for VAIO. The simple version of the player, InterVideo WinDVD, is installed in the system, too. I want to advise you to check out the firmware version of your Blu-ray drive: some media may be found unreadable with version 1.0 firmware.

Update the firmware of your Blu-ray drive to avoid such errors.

 
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