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Actually, I'm looking for alternatives for ConvertXToDVD that works on Ubuntu.

Requirements:

  • Convert various video formats (.avi,.mp4...) to a format that's readable on a DVD player;
  • Add subtitles and change the text format (font,color,screen position) for them;
  • Customize chapters;
  • Create menus with custom options and background sound;
  • Burn the DVD and/or create the ISO file is a plus, but not mandatory to me;
  • Free and Open Source is a plus also;
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I finally found a good software to do these things in Ubuntu. It's DeVeDe

From what I could test until now, it is far away from the possibilities of ConvertXToDVD, but it's a very good option to make DVDs in Ubuntu.

Requirements that match (from my tests until now):

  • Convert various video formats (.avi,.mp4...) to a format that's readable on a DVD player;
  • Add subtitles and change the text format (font,color,screen position) for them;
  • Create menus with custom options and background sound;
  • Free and Open Source;

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