When you want to make sure your videos are nicely organized before burning them to a disc, it is best to rely on a dedicated application such as ConvertXtoHD, which is especially designed for creating Blu-ray discs.
The GUI of ConvertXtoHD is meant to be as intuitive as possible, and you can start working on your project once you have added the source videos using either drag and drop or browsing to their location.
The app supports a wide range of source formats, such as 3GP, ASF, AVI, AVS, BDMV, DIVX, DVR-MS, EVO, FLV, ISO, M2T, M4V, MKV, MOD, MOV, MP4, OGM, OGV, RM, MXF, WMV and many others.
Next, you can arrange the items in the order you prefer, by easily moving clips up or down on the list, until you are pleased with the result.
Once the source list is finalized, you can go ahead and focus on the details of each video, starting with previewing it in the dedicated panel.
You can remove, replace or select the audio track that best suits your needs, then choose the output format (automatic, AC-3 5.1 channels or AC-3, 2 channels). The subtitles can also be removed or replaced, whereas the font type, color and size can be altered as well.
You can create chapters and cut the video to remove any unwanted scenes, then merge the video, audio and subtitle in a single file.
Last but not least, you can personalize the menu then preview the result to ensure your Blu-ray automatically starts playing when the disc is inserted and that the titles are played one after the other, without navigating to the menu once again.
When the outcome matches your expectations, you can move on to the final step of the process, that of actually burning the project to a blank Blu-ray disc.
All in all, ConvertXtoHD can prove a useful tool for all those who want to create an interactive project out of their favorite videos, add subtitles and customized menus, then burn the result to Blu-ray.