Programs for Vcd

The best programs to create VCDs.

Ashampoo Burning Studio 6

Ashampoo Burning Studio 6 is the free version of Ashampoo's burning program, one of the best in the business. Although it is distributed at no cost, it offers many functions that allow you to easily create CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs of any genre. It is capable of burning data discs, music CDs and DVDs, video DVDs, Video CDs and Super Video CDs, as well as working with rewritable discs and making copies of existing CD / DVD / Blu-Ray discs. Download from here.


FormatFactory is a very powerful free multimedia converter for Windows (all versions) which is capable of converting all video file formats together. It allows you to obtain any type of video file, including MPGs which can then be burned to CD to create Video CDs. It is extremely easy to use and allows you to painstakingly adjust the output settings before starting the file conversion. Download from here.


As its name suggests quite explicitly, VCDEasy is a program for Windows (XP only) that allows you to create VCD easily starting from all major video file formats. The software is paid but is available in a free trial version that has several limitations, including the inability to work with files over 200 MB, the inability to load previously saved projects, the presence of a watermark on the generated videos and more. Download from here.

WinX Video Converter

WinX Video Converter Is a great one video converter free thanks to which you can convert all major video file formats together: AVI, MPEG for Video CD, MP4, WMV, MOV and even FLV. It ensures a fast conversion of the videos difficult to find in other similar products and the highest video quality in the output files. It works on all major versions of Windows and is easily usable even by less experienced users. Download from here.


Does it really need any introduction? Born as a mastering program, Black it quickly turned into one 360 degree multimedia suite which allows you to burn, edit and convert any type of multimedia content. Among the functions there is also one that allows you to burn VCDs starting from any video file format quickly and easily. The software is paid but is available in a free trial version that allows you to test all its functions for a period of 30 days. Download from here.


TMPGEnc is software for the converting AVI videos to MPG files usable for creating Video CDs. The program has a very spartan user interface that can make less experienced users slightly difficult, but a few uses are enough to understand how it works. The software is paid but is available in a free trial version that allows you to test its functions for a period of 15 days, during which it is possible to use the MPEG2 codec only to a limited extent. Download from here.