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DVD Creations FAQs

Does your product support Windows Media 9?

More advanced than other DVD creators, McFunSoft DVD Creator supports Windows Media 9. Moreover, we are watching for new releases from Microsoft and include support for them in our programs. We will update our software with advancement in technology.

What is the System Requirement of McFunSoft Video Solution ?

Minimum System Requirements
Microsoft Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP (all of the last updates installed are recommended)
Intel or AMD or compatible processors at 166 MHz minimum
Display graphics minimum resolution of 800x600x 256 color
RAM 32 megabytes (MB)
Minimum 40 MB of free hard disk space is needed for installation, minimum 100 Mb for proper working
Administrative permissions are required for installation
Internet connection to register the product
Sound card

What can I do with McFunSoft Video Solution?

McFunSoft Video Solution is designed to meet all your needs of convert file between AVI, Divx, MPEG4, MPEG1, MPEG 2, VCD, SVCD, DVD, WMV, MOV, ASF, MP2, MP3, MP4 formats. An easy-in-use user interface, high-quality and high-speed converting techs are all realized over this powerful tool. It also can batch or split different video formats.

I've installed the latest version of McFunSoft Video Solution . Do I have to register it again? How can I figure out if the registration is complete or not?

You can easily find out if your registration is complete or not through: a) If you have an unregistered version installed at your computer, it would remind you to register, and what you have to do is entering Serial number. b) There is no watermark banner in the middle of the screen of output files after your McFunSoft Video Solution has been registered.

I'm trying to find a video converter to convert wmv and/or mpg to asf so that I can stream it with a Windows Media Server. Does your software do this?

There is not need to convert wmv to asf. Windows Media Server supports wmv files perfectly. WMV is a more advanced format than ASF, we may say that ASF is a previous version of WMV.