Apollo Audio DVD Creator is an intuitive Windows application designed to help you create audio DVDs by following three simple steps, all displayed right in the main window.

Because everything has been designed to be simple, rookies should have no problem in trying to figure out how to use the program and the three main steps we were talking about do the whole job.

First of all, you are prompted to add the media you wish to burn on a DVD, which can be either a single file, a whole album or even a CD track, as Apollo Audio DVD Creator grabs them from the original disc and burns them on your new DVD.

What's more, Apollo Audio DVD Creator comes with support for the most popular multimedia formats out there, including MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, MPG, AVI, WMV, ASF, AC3 and RM.

The second step is intuitively-called “Design”, which means it allows you to sketch the cover of the disc, with multiple built-in templates to customize the final project.

The third and the final step, baptized “Produce”, lets you pick the source, an audio list or a DVD video folder, the destination, a recorder or, again, a DVD video folder, the DVD label and TV mode, which can be either NTSC or PAL. Just hit “Start” and that's it.

As you can see, Apollo Audio DVD Creator is pretty easy to use and it all comes down to following a few steps, all of which are very intuitive and rely on user friendly options to get the job done.

All in all, it's pretty clear that Apollo Audio DVD Creator does what it says and what's more, it doesn't hamper system performance, remaining very friendly with hardware resources all the time.