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DVD MovieFactory - Easy-to-use disc authoring and burning software that lets you do more with your standard or High-Definition digital media. Create HD or standard discs with studio-quality personalized menus. Use the new Edit Room to add polish to your videos, with titles, music and effects. Archive, share and play your music, data, photos and videos on CD, DVD, HD DVD or Blu-ray Disc.

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DVD MovieFactory™ 7

What's New
Next Generation HD

* Import HD video from all current HD camcorders including HDV, AVCHD and Blu-ray Disc® camcorders using tape, disc, hard drive or memory card
* Create HD slideshows with jaw-dropping clarity and detail
* Edit and preview HD video smoothly even on mid-range machines, with new Smart Proxy technology
* Output to Blu-ray Disc® with advanced pop-up menus that display without interrupting the movie Pro
* Burn HD video to AVCHD discs on standard DVDs

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Alternative to Ulead DVD MovieFactory:
ArcSoft ShowBiz
TMPGEnc Authoring Works



Guides and How to's:
Adding Extra Menu Templates in Ulead DVD Workshop 2 - Read
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Tool features, DVD Author(BETA!):

Acronyms / Also Known As:
DVD MovieFactory, Ulead MovieFactory, Corel DVD MovieFactory

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This software is cool and the DVD motion menus are cool (only 2) but converting a 2 hour movie took about 7 hours????? It also from What I can see does not let you really change the video bit rate. Well it does let you in preset settings but dropping down to having 2500 max bit rate and having about a 1GB of disk space free seems a waste when you could get better quality and still fit on the disk. I have a core 2 quad Intel (They say it support dual cores) now and I've converted movies in the past with pentium 4 class processors (b4 Hyperthreading) in 2 to 3 hours.
The engine in this REALLY sucks. It seems to almost get overworked when it gets to rendering the motion menus. Takes too long. I have this but will be looking into others now. Nero has been good but they have all those new versions now (I've never paid for it if you know what I mean...)



Posted April 09, 2011 by . Tool version Ver. 7 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 4 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


I recently bought Version 6.0. WHAT A DISSAPOINTMENT!!! I've been using MF for years and have been quite pleased with it. I was pretty excited when they added the ability to use the DV file time as a subtitle. That's where the excitement ends. It only works if you capture using MF. Don't capture AVI with Vegas or Moviemaker and expect to be able to use the file time information. Also, as soon as you select something else, it tells you it's deleting the subtitle info and you will no longer be able to automatically show the time. There were a lot of automated features that were left out/removed (automatic separation of DV clips during capture, randomized effects, etc.). The software has become very glitchy on a system that had no problems with previous versions. As with most software, I wonder who actually uses this stuff and offers input before they release it to the public. All the bells and whistles in the world are useless if they don't work properly. Shame on you, Corel, for making the software worse.


Posted April 20, 2008 by . Tool version 6.10.0004.3 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 5 of 10 Functionality 5 of 10 Value for money 5 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


Easy to use, has more advanced editing features than Nero. However, there is no auto-bitrate function (you have to manually calculate it if you want to pack the DVD with a bunch of low-quality stuff. Nero at least will do it automatically- even if it doesn't work right most of the time). With some very detailed options, it's amusing that there's no options to change the selection colors, etc.

Perhaps most aggravating of all though is the EXTREMELY SLOW RECODING capabilities. Nero can recode a full DVD at Long Play (7 25 minute videos) in under an hour (usually about 40 mins) on my AMD 3800+ dual core machine. With the same videos, if I come back in an hour, it's not even 1/3 into recoding the first of 7 videos. Has nice potential.. needs SERIOUS work on the recoding engines. I am guessing it's using a frame-capture method which is one of the slowest methods, instead of a direct recoding of the file.

Good thing this piece of garbage was free with the video card.. I wouldn't pay for it.



Posted March 03, 2007 by . Tool version 5 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 6 of 10 Value for money 5 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


It is a very easy software to use for the novice, but there are others in the price range that offer more functionality(TMPGENC DVD Author 2.0). This software seems to want to re-encode compliant video and audio and takes a long time to render. When I drop the same files into TMPGENC DVDA, it is just a short process and no re-encoding.


Posted July 23, 2006 by . Tool version 5 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 4 of 10 Value for money 3 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


I see here and in other forums all sorts of strange problems. I think that there are many ways for individual platforms to crash that Ulead can't keep up with. After many hours of use, I haven't crashed yet, and what I have used has worked.

For myself, I love the ease of authoring very cool DVD menus with my choice of music. As long as you have standard definition Mpeg2 or .avi source material, the results are very good. (But I hate the way it won't save your custom menus in projects. REALLY irritating).

The other problem I had was trying to use HD .mp4 video clips from my Sanyo HD camera. No dice. Converting the .mp4 to .AVI or .MOV files allowed importing, but the resulting DVD compliant files studdered and skipped on every DVD player I tried. (To be fair,even Tmpegenc did the same thing). Maybe it's something about my system. I finally used Cyberlink's new PowerDirector 5 to convert directly from .mp4 to DVD compliant Mpeg2 (with easy editing), and then imported to MF5. Beautiful results.

For me, MF5 is doing everything I expect it to.



Posted July 21, 2006 by . Tool version 5 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 8 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


If you notice, I'd posted a good glorious review of UMDVD a few comments below.
However, after spending more time with it, I've realized its not that good.
It works well with just some dvd formats - 720x480 at 29.97 fps works well. However, it doesn't work with 704x480 at 29.97 fps ( NTSC ) with AC3 audio at 320kbps. This is also a dvd standard res.
The developers obviously didn't put much effort into this.
Also, its not that versatile, crashes often and feels slow and bloated now after the ver 5 upgrade. Not that good.

Overall, I'm very disappointed now and have to say its crap and stay away from Ulead.
Ulead leads U to disappointment.



Posted July 21, 2006 by . Tool version 5 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 4 of 10 Functionality 2 of 10 Value for money 2 of 10 Overall score 4 of 10


I also bought this to use with vr format. Virtually impossible to get to work. All the features it advertises just are not there. Ad Zapper does not exhist in this software.


Posted April 07, 2006 by . Tool version 5.0.0183.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 4 of 10 Functionality 3 of 10 Value for money 3 of 10 Overall score 3 of 10


This stuff is junk. It's painfully slow. The encoding is way below sub-par. I tried the HD DVD encoding method as well. It took a full day and then completed the job with the audio out of sync and very staticy. I like the menu feature but thats about it!


Posted March 27, 2006 by . Tool version 5 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


I bought this tool with one purpose in mind, Movie Factory claims to be able to edit DVDs made on set top recorders (DVD+VR format). But it simply DOES NOT WORK and I just don't know they can hope to get away with claiming it does. I really did want to edit DVD I have recoreded on two different set top recorders. The feature is easily accessible from the menu and highlighted quite a bit so I really did expect it to work, I have had bought V3 V4 and got V5 on trial and installed on two boxes so I dont think it is me.


Posted March 24, 2006 by . Tool version 5 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 1 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


I think this is an excellent tool for quickly authoring TV programs already in MPEG2 format.
I capture TV programs from my Comcast DVR ( Motorola 6212 ) to my PC via CapDVHS and remove commercials using Womble MVW.

I'm doing a 30-day trial of this product and I must say I'm very pleased with the results. I could very quickly import my mpg ( program stream ) tv programs and create quick menus with motion and background pic and music. It gives you a nice preview of the results before you burn and burns very quickly. Can burn to disc directly or DVD folder or make an ISO image. Very good.

I fiddled with lots of tools including my favorite iDVD on my Mac before concluding this was THE tool for this job. Very quick.
Each DVD creation took approx. 20mins from importing video, adding menus to burning. What more can I ask for.
Resulting DVD is of good quality ( same as original I believe since original files were already in 720x480 24bpp, 29.97 fps 8Mbps bit rate with 320Kbps AC3 128 audio )
And it has the slickest startup/launcher interface aside from my mac I've seen from a Windows program in years.

Cons -
* price is too expensive. For what it does, should be around $50-$60 max.
* minor gripe - limited edit capability for DVD menus. Was ok for my purpose but its not fancy like DVDLabPro.
* you need a powerful system for it to not be a system resource hog. Else it kills your box

I now will demux the created VOB files and check the resolution of the mpv and ac3 files with the original MPG program stream. Hopefully it didn't lower any quality.

My system specs are : AMD64 3700+ on Asus A8V SE DX, 1GB mem, 300GB SATA HDD, ATI AIW Radeon 8500 128MB, NEC 3500A
( only my video card is old - about 4 years but hey it works great !! and does excellent tv capture and gives good fps on games )



Posted February 21, 2006 by . Tool version 4.04 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


Let me put this review into context - I am not a videophile and I am not interested in spending time creating eye-popping specalised DVDs with specialised menu structures. Nor do I want zone control, DRM, etc, etc. I just want to make home movies as fast as possible and spend the minimal amount of time fiddling with software, but still get good quality results.

I have now created two DVDs with MovieFactory 4 Disc Creator. Overall, I am quite pleased. It happens to have the precise features that I wanted. I fiddled with Nero 7 and was unimpressed. I tried a version of Ulead DVD Workshop, but didn't think the extra functionality was worth the money.

Here is what I like about the software:
(a). Fast creation of menus- mostly drag and drop. I find it very easy to use and intuitve.
(b). Motion menus - uses up to the first 30 seconds of each clip
(c). Each menu page can have its own music and picture
(d). The inputs are either MPEG-2, DV-AVI, or WM9.
(e). The quality of the compression is quite high - but, then again, I usually target a 6 Mb/s VBR stream. The result is good enough for me.
(f). Stability seems fine. No crashes in many hours of use.

Here is what I don't like:
(a). I would like the software to take MPEG-4 as an input data stream.
(b). I would like the total length of motion menus to be able to last longer than 30 seconds (but this is a minor issue).

I stress that for me, fast and simple is more important than creating specialised menu structures.

Here is my workflow:
(a). MovieMaker 2 to capture from DV camera and divide into clips
(b). MovieMaker 2 to create chapters - I usually simply add a title and credits with simple fades between shots - nothing fancy.
(c). MovieFactory 4 Disc Creator to create the DVD Menus and to burn the DVD. It seems to have dual layer support, but I haven't used this yet.
(d). MovieFactory 4 is used to create both PAL and NTSC DVDs from a DV-PAL source - this is useful since I send a copy of the DVD to my in-laws in Australia (PAL) and a copy to my parents in the U.S. (NTSC). It seems to do a reasonably good job with the DV-PAL to the MPEG-2 NTSC conversion.
(e). I also use Photostory 3 to create a slideshow with music. The output of Photostory 3 is a WMV file. MovieFactory 4 simply takes this as an additional chapter and seems to have no problem transcoding from WMV to MPEG-2.

I experimented with other workflows, using TMPGenc for better quality compression, but didn't find that there was any real difference in quality and limited the workflow to MovieMaker and MovieFactory.

Once the DVD is created, I then use my Epson R230 printer to print labels (using InkJet printable DVDs), I print covers for the DVD case, and then pop the result in my DVD collection.



Posted February 03, 2006 by . Tool version 4 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 8 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


Like all Ulead products, DVD MovieFactory is a painfully slow resource hog and, considering how little it actually does, should be an embarassment to the company. There are much better alternatives out there from reputable companies which WON'T insult your intelligence. $100 can buy a LOT of functionality (Nero comes to mind.) Shop around!


Posted September 20, 2005 by . Tool version 4 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 2 of 10 Value for money 2 of 10 Overall score 2 of 10


It seems with all DVD encoding software, the challenge is Audio. I am mostly new to DVD authoring. I have authored a few DVD's using free tools like TMPGEnc. But the process is slow, and I have never successfully synced audio. I have come close, but I find across an entire show the delay factor needed changes. It seems Ulead is no exception. I have tried in vain five times to convert some TV shows into a DVD. But consistently, no matter what I try the DVD iso ends up 30% smaller than it should be, and there is no audio. The previews before encoding look perfect, and no error messages are generated. Perhaps my AVI's are not in a supported format. I don't know. However, I expect for software to work, or at least generate an error message indicating something went wrong.

I have also tried the 3.0 version of this software, but it crashes whenever I add the AVI's to the project.



Posted September 20, 2005 by . Tool version 4.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


MovieFactory/Disc Creator 4 has some nice new features that make it a worthwhile addition to my video creation library. Dolby Digital support, for one; the option to customize scene thumbnails by dragging them and resizing is very useful. If you're into DVD Menus (though I'm usually not), there are a lot of customizable options in MF4.

Capture works very well using the Turtle Beach Video Advantage. I don't typically render captures with MF (I usually use TMPGEnc Plus), but found that rendering with MF4 was quite good and not really any slower than TMPGEnc. It all depends on your quality settings and length of the video.

MF is an excellent tool for creating DVD structures that can be burned to DVD with any number of other programs...like Nero, or from within itself.

Another new tool incorporated into MF4 is Ulead's version of 'Shrink' or 'Make It Fit'. I haven't had a chance to evaluate it fairly, yet, but I did notice that it's a LOT faster than "DVD Shrink"...which leads me to wonder how good of a job it does. (I'll be trying it again later today with a rather long VHS video transfer, to DVD.)

I've never had any issues with Ulead software since I first used started with Video Studios 2.0, many, many years ago, so I've not had any experience with Ulead's support department. I'm currently using Ulead's MediaStudio Pro v7, VideoStudio v9, and DVD MovieFactory/Disc Creator v4 and I like them all -- none present any programming issues and they all function as they're supposed to.





Posted August 28, 2005 by . Tool version 4 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 7 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


It always hang at 86%, never created a disc, never wasted a disc neither.


Posted August 10, 2005 by . Tool version 4 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 5 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


I use MovieFactory 2 SE, with no problems, actually don't mind it, thought I'd upgrade. Big mistake. MovieFactory 4 hangs system at 63% overall completion at every try. Three times I got an application message box that popped up and said "You dead." Not a very professional way to release software.

For ease of use I give it a 5 only because they made the startup all nice and flashy. Too bad nothing else works!



Posted June 13, 2005 by . Tool version 4.01 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 5 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


Reasonably competent all-in-one DVD solution. Strengths include simplicity, AC3 audio encoding, and audio normalize function. Weaknesses include limited feature set, inability to create true 16:9 output, and sluggish performance.

NeroVision Express, as part of the Nero bundle, is a better choice, lacking only audio normalize as compared to Ulead DVD MovieFactory.



Posted May 11, 2005 by . Tool version 4.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 6 of 10 Value for money 7 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


I would definetely prefere Pinaccle over Ulead
Godd toy to try but not for use
Here is the owesome place to find good deals on everything including media, SW adn hadware
http://www.dealbill.com



Posted March 22, 2005 by . Tool version 4.0 using OS Win2K
Ease of use 7 of 10 Functionality 5 of 10 Value for money 6 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


Looks o.k., but for $65 for upgrade vs. $100 for full version is a rip-off.


Posted March 15, 2005 by . Tool version 4 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 2 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


From the looks of these posts it looks like the word is not out yet. Ulead has released version 4 of DVDMF Disc Creator. Looks like a new face. New features. Menu edit can now move buttons, thumbs, etc., like DVD Workshop. Commercial editing is now much easier too. Extra bonus download of templetes also available.


Posted March 15, 2005 by . Tool version 4.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 7 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


I am new to video editing/authoring, and it is totally IMPOSSIBLE to trim a DVD if you go by the instruction in the users guide. I've spent a week trying to trim 24 seconds from the start of a DVD using their instructions, and they don't work. I'm sure I've tried to trim the video at least 50 times; no exaggeration, following the instructions in the users guide TO THE EXACT LETTER. I didn't omit any steps; I didn't add any and I didn't translate what it says into anything else. In fact, I defy any total newbie in the entire world to trim even one microsecond from their recorded DVD going solely by the instructions in the users guide.

The program looks like it would probably be an O.K. authoring program for beginners if the instructions on using it were any good. They need to fire the person who wrote the users guide and execute the person who approved it.



Posted March 14, 2005 by . Tool version MF 3 Disc Creator using OS WinXP
Ease of use 1 of 10 Functionality 3 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 2 of 10


I have tested a trial Disc Creator version and was disappointed. Decided to buy it however for a special price. I have burned 5-6 DVDs with it now and quite sutisfied. Especially appreciate smart rendering feature which gives an exelent video and audio quality in my case. Direct disk editing with -VR support are other features I like. I use stand-alone DVD recorder for recording and UMF for mastering. This soft has some limitation and bugs but the value for money ratio is high. I do not have problems with AC3 audio. The project size issue has been missleading in the beginning but after testing a disk image burning option solves the problem.


Posted February 04, 2005 by . Tool version 3 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


I upgraded to v.3 from v.2 with lots of hopes. The v.2 I had came bundled with my DVD burner. The upgared version is a nuisance. You must have the old version installed or the upgrade won't install. After installation of the upgrade version, the old version is still there. So, basically, I could still use v. 2 and/or v.3. Nonsense!
The MPEG encoding is pathetic. The picture quality eve at high settings is so bad that you can't tell if it is a VCD or DVD that you have made when playing on TV.
The templates are also pathetic and there is no way to personalize the menus.
So, I decided to uninstall it and thrash the installation disk in the bin (the only place it deserves to be).
Good for novices. Otherwise, DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT if you at least a tiny little bit serious about DVD Authoring.



Posted November 13, 2004 by . Tool version 3.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 5 of 10 Functionality 2 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 2 of 10


My only real complaints are that it doesn't allow you to change formats of a project. We have worked on a slide show for a couple weeks and it grew too big for a VCD but we have to start over to format it to DVD.

Also it would be nice to have a Export project function to be able to transfer the project to another machine (ie one with a DVD burner)



Posted November 01, 2004 by . Tool version DMF 3.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 7 of 10 Functionality 5 of 10 Value for money 7 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


It's not a bad program after all.
It makes animated menues but it's not going to accept ac3 files.
So forget about adding dolby digital files. Sometimes the program crashes with certain files.



Posted July 20, 2004 by . Tool version 3 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 6 of 10 Functionality 6 of 10 Value for money 6 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10

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