If you have a collection of video files on your PC and you want to assemble them into a playable DVD, you'll need some DVD authoring software. Not only is DVD Flick available for free, but it also comes with complete source code if you want to study how it works. It will let you combine video clips into files that you can burn to a disc or play from your computer, and you can add audio from separate files too.
DVD Flick is available from www.dvdflick.net and the download is around 13 MB. The program is malware-free according to VirusTotal and Web of Trust.
Full instructions are included, and you're recommended to read the beginner's guide before getting started.
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