But that was when I already had a big folder full of clips/content already ripped from DVDs/etc. The output it creates is very customizable, with a slight learning curve for all the features. Root clip access is possible though on the burned DVDs.
They also sell another program that would rip the content you need. Look around here:
Some years ago, I used VHS/VCR technology to put together a compilation of favorite film clips (for home use only.) Then I had some one put it on a DVD. That DVD is now very worn, and I am redoing it, with some changes.
I have a good program that does a fine job of lifting clips off of DVDs and turning them into .avi files, and that part of the job is almost done. However, to get the product I want, I need a program that will do two or three things:
1. Put the clips in proper order.
2. Insert title cards for each of about six chapters, which will remain on the screen for 5-10 seconds (they can be stills, and silent, although audio wouldn't hurt.)
3. This is not essential, but if it could create a "root menu" that would allow the user to pick the various chapters, that would be nice too.
4. Turn the sequenced .avi files into a DVD.
Thanks in advance.