Pepsky Movie Maker

Pepsky Movie Maker 5.2

A comprehensive DVD and VCD creation tool with video conversion capabilities
5.0  (2 votes)
5.2 (See all)

Pepsky Movie Maker is a comprehensive DVD and VCD creation tool with video conversion and burning capabilities. This all-in-one application offers you two main functionalities – the possibility of backing up your DVD movies into recordable CDs or DVDs, and the creation of DVDs from scratch out of your own video files. Complete with ripping, compressing, DVD authoring, and burning capabilities, this full-featured tool is all you need to enlarge and back up your movie collection.

All the processes available within this tool follow the same wizard-like pattern, making it an extremely easy-to-use application for all kinds of users. Every step and option is perfectly explained with comments and clear instructions, and each new window is clearly numbered, so you always know where you are within the process. Thus, you can transfer any DVD movie (or any other supported video file) into a VCD or SVCD in just five simple steps. Pepsky Movie Maker will efficiently convert and burn any AVI, 3GP, MOV, FLV, MKV, MPEG, or RMVB file (or set of files) into a video CD in just a few minutes.

Creating a DVD requires some extra steps. This tool will guide you through a 6-step specific process in which you will be able to choose the videos to be included in the DVD, the layout and effects of the menu, and other customization settings. You can use any combination of video files regardless of the codec used - the program will silently perform in the background all the necessary conversions to produce a high-quality DVD.

Pepsky Movie Maker combines two qualities that users do appreciate – the simplicity of the whole creation process and a wide range of high-quality features.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Wizard-like guided processes
  • Clear and well-structured interface with self-explanatory menus
  • Supports a large number of video formats

Cons

  • None
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