I'm looking for some software to let me to cut/splice some home video, then make a DVD I can play in a DVD player. An additional feature that would be nice is if I could edit the audio levels of the clips before recombining them so that they are all the same volume.
Edit (apologies for the lack of detail):
I am looking for a Windows application. XP would be preferred, but I have an 8.1 as well. I am expecting there is a free option available for the limited functionality I need.
I have a 1 GB HD video that is 1.25 hours long. Here is the relevant information from VLC:
- Type: Video
- Codec: H264 - MPEG-4 AVC (part 10) (avc1)
- Resolution: 1280x720
- Decoded format: Planar 4:2:0 YUV
- Type: Audio
- Codec: MPEG AAC Audio (mp4a)
- The video is a school play, so there are a number of 1-2 minute pauses that I would like to edit/cut out.
- After I remove the pauses, I would like to put the whole thing on a DVD. Ideally I would like it to work like a VHS: just put the disk in and it starts playing the entire video.
Some extra features that would be nice:
- It would be nice if I could adjust the audio levels so that each part is about the same volume (some parts are quiet, some are louder)
- For the DVD playback, I would like to be able to set up a menu where the user can select the particular part they want to watch. It would also be nice if the DVD would start playing by itself after a minute or two if the user doesn't do anything.