VideoLink is intended to provide a simple way of producing DVDs with attractive and usable menus. It converts HTML pages into DVD menus by rendering them in Mozilla and reproducing their link structure. This allows you to design DVDs using familiar HTML editing tools or your favourite text editor.

Prior to version 0.8, VideoLink was called WebDVD, but that name is also used for an extended DVD format.

In July 2006 I wrote a paper about creating DVD videos that may provide some useful background information.

VideoLink is available in Debian from version 5.0 'lenny'. If you don't run Debian, get the source tarball (tar.gz file) and build from that.

Below you can find all available versions.

Ben Hutchings
Last modified: Thu Oct 15 22:53:04 BST 2009
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[TXT]HEADER.html2013-09-15 21:03 1.7K 
[   ]videolink_1.2.9-2.diff.gz2009-10-15 22:46 2.6K 
[   ]videolink_1.2.9-2.dsc2009-10-15 22:46 1.7K 
[   ]videolink_1.2.9.orig.tar.gz2009-10-15 22:46 62K 
[   ]webdvd-0.1.tar.bz22005-11-03 02:04 38K 
[   ]webdvd_0.2.dsc2005-11-12 15:51 278  
[   ]webdvd_0.2.tar.gz2005-11-12 15:51 44K 
[   ]webdvd_0.3.dsc2005-11-28 00:16 292  
[   ]webdvd_0.3.tar.gz2005-11-28 00:17 45K 
[   ]webdvd_0.4.dsc2005-12-05 00:53 292  
[   ]webdvd_0.4.tar.gz2005-12-05 00:53 46K 
[   ]webdvd_0.5.dsc2005-12-15 01:44 292  
[   ]webdvd_0.5.tar.gz2005-12-15 01:44 49K 

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