There really isn't much software in the Linux world for DVD burning yet. K3B
can burn DVDs, as can XCDRoast
(I think), but neither of them can yet do much in the way of authoring video to DVD; you have to have the DVD filesystem ready to burn, or else it won't work. To create a DVD filesystem, you need something like dvdauthor
, but it's all command-line and fairly complicated; you also need to have videos in just the right format or else it won't play in your regular DVD player.
It's not quite production-ready yet, but a little suite I wrote called tovid
may help you. It's currently all command-line also, but much easier than doing all the necessary steps by hand, and a GUI is on the way very shortly. Currently, tovid produces output suitable for burning with K3B, but the next release will probably do burning also.
Finally, there's also QDVDAuthor
, which is more mature and can burn DVDs for you, but it's still under heavy development.