Kind of an outdated request, but anyone have a good recommendation for DVD burning software? Optical drives have all but disappeared, and apparently so has the ability to burn dvds from most currently available video editing software.
Years ago, I converted a bunch of family VHS tapes to DVD with a VHS/DVD combo player. Recently, some family members are wanting copies of those DVDs. The combo player doesn't work for copying DVDs unfortunately. I used HandBrake and a usb DVD writer drive to extract the video files to mp4. I have DaVinci Resolve and Premiere Pro CC, and neither of them support DVD burning. Apparently Adobe Encore works for this, but they stopped releasing it at CS6, and I never had CS6 to begin with.
The DVD drive came with some free downloads for software from Cyberlink and Nero, but neither support burning video DVDs without upgrading to a paid version of the software. Before I shell out any money for either of those programs, anyone here have suggestions for alternate software? Free is nice, but I don't mind paying a few extra bucks for something that gets me the ability to add titles and chapters.