I do recommend to use a software that supports unicode. Unfortunately VRD doesn't and won't be within any foreseeable future. Apparently they rely on many third party dlls not unicoded, so you can say they pretty much painted themself into a corner and can't get out without things getting really messy.The title editor displays only a few fonts in its listbox--far less than the many I have installed. I've put up with this for a good while, but now I'm working on a project that requires me to use other fonts. How can I make VDR recognize them?
I found an alternative which can do everything VRD does and it's unicoded. It's not as fast as VRD though. It's called SolveigMM Video Splitter and you can get it for a fraction of the VRD price.