These past weeks I've been using an interesting list of tools for video editing, DVD authoring, DVD burning, and more.
It all started when I wanted to make some videos. I learned how to use Openshot.
Then, I used HandBrake to add subtitles and then transcode the video I had made.
Later, DVDStyler was in charge of creating the DVD.
I had a problem burning it, though. DVDStyler told me everything was fine, but the DVD would not play.
Thus, I used that application to make an .iso image instead. My plan was to burn it using something different. I chose K3B to burn the iso image into a DVD.
The disc worked on my laptop, using VLC to play the video. I still have to play it on a real DVD player, though.
I am glad that when I hit a wall, there was always another tool to help me continue going.