Windows DVD Maker is an application included in premium editions (Home Premium and Ultimate) of Windows Vista, and Windows 7 Home Premium and above editions that is designed to enable the creation of DVD movies that can be played using DVD playback software or on a standalone consumer DVD player. In some ways, it is comparable to iDVD in Mac OS X.
Applications can pass an XML file to DVD Maker, thus using its MPEG-2 video and Dolby Digital audio encoding abilities in their own applications. The application DVDMaker.exe is located in C:Program FilesDVD Maker by default. Windows DVD Maker has a simple Aero Wizard-style user interface. The videos can be rearranged to play in a different order, and Windows DVD Maker automatically splits the videos into scenes that can be accessed from a special Scene Selection page in the DVD menu system.
Windows DVD Maker only supports a few video formats. They are'.asf', '.avi', '.dvr-ms', '.m1v', '.mp2', '.mp2v', '.mpe', '.mpeg', '.mpg', '.mpv2', '.wm', and '.wmv'. So, you can't even burn MP4 to DVDs with Windows DVD Maker. If you want to have more options as input, you might as well adopt other DVD creators which supports more video formats.
iOrgsoft DVD Maker offers an easy way to create DVDs from homemade videos. It suppors converting and burning both SD videos and HD videos to DVD discs directly or to ISO for future burning. And it offers adunbant video editing features and DVD menu templates to customize your DVDs.