If you want an easy way to get your files from your computer burnt onto a DVD then you're probably going to want to check out ConvertXtoDVD 126.96.36.1995c. This software will work on any Windows system, from XP to 7, and it helps you breeze through the process of burning your files to a DVD.
The installation process is pretty quick and it even makes things easier for you by letting you select the video format that is supported TVs and DVD players in your region. So, if you're in the US you'll want to select NTSC and, if not, they give you a few examples of what regions use which format. That's a really helpful option because if you format your videos incorrectly then your DVDs are not going to come out how you want them to; in fact, they might not even play.
But, as you'll soon see, this is a trial version and if you want the full version you'll have to throw down $45. And this is a REALLY basic user interface, which only really has a list for your files and then a video preview box off to the side. But dive a little deeper into the software and you'll find that you can change a lot of the settings like language, chapters, DVD menus, encoding, video processing, sound events, audio, subtitles, burning and DVD specifications. So, don't let the main screen fool you; you can actually do quite a bit with this software.
They just keep everything on the main screen really basic so that you can drag and drop in your files, sort them into an order you like and then maybe you can dive into the settings before creating your DVD. But they try to keep things simple for you so that it's not a really hard process to make a nice-looking DVD of your own. But if you're in the need and you want to create your own DVDs then check out this software, play around with it a little bit and decide if you want the full version. I would say that for beginners this is the ideal DVD creation software for you.