Through the YesDVD software, a DVD is automatically produced from videotapes and photos. The content is logically organized into chapters based on new scenes and photos are placed into logical slideshow clusters based on similar images of an event. YesDVD includes Hollywood style navigation menus to the content as well as computer edited "music highlights" of the best scenes. In addition, YesDVD has a custom contact sheet with thumbnail images of all the key chapters or photo groups which serves as an index guide to the content on the DVD disc.
YesVideo provides a line of professionally featured products through a variety of photofinishing retailers including Walgreens, Rite-Aid, Ritz, and Wolf Camera Stores, Best Buy, CVS Pharmacy, and Brooks/Eckerd Drug. In addition, through the YesDVD" software, retailers like Best Buy and Ritz/Wolf Camera stores are beginning to offer consumers the ability to produce professional style DVDs as an in-store service at select locations. The company recently announced that it has ported the YesDVD software application that produces the professional style DVDs to fit into a consumer DVD recorder.