Using DVD Authoring software, it is possible to create and burn your own DVDs.
The process of taking data assets such as video, audio, text, data and combining them into a DVD-Video or DVD-ROM compliant disc image. The inputs to this process might consist of compressed video files in MPEG2, compressed audio files in AC-3 and subtitles as bitmap images; the output or end result of the authoring process would typically be a DLT tape with a DVD disc-image file and DDP descriptors.
DVD authoring describes the process of creating a DVD video that can be played on a DVD player.
The process of taking video footage, adding chapter stops, menus, and encoding the footage into MPEG files ready to be burned.
Audio DVD Creator DVD Reauthor
The process of preparing and copying audio, video, still images and navigational menus to a final DVD image, which can be burned to DVD-R or copied to DLT tape for reproduction.