DVD Creator for Mac is a powerful Mac DVD burner designed for Mac OS users to edit and burn their videos files to DVDs. This Mac DVD creator supports almost all popular video formats including AVI, MOV, FLV, MPG, MP4, M4V, MPEG, DAT, VOB, 3GP, 3G2 and even HD videos such as TS, TP and TRP.
Step 1. Download and install DVD Creator for Mac, and you will see the main interface like the image below. Click “Create a New Project” to start to create a DVD.
Step 2. Load video or photo files into the program
There are 2 ways you can add files: directly drag the videos or photos into the program or click “+” button to add them, and click the “↑” and “↓” buttons to adjust the preview order.
Note: You can combine a few videos together by dragging videos to another. If you want to separate them, just highlight a video and drag it out of the pane until a blue line appears.
Step 3. Edit the video files.
Highlight a video you need and then click “Edit”. Editing functions include crop, rotate, split a video to trim unwanted sections, add watermark, set special effects, etc. All the settings you apply can be seen instantly in the right window.
Make custom DVD menu for your DVD
More than 90 sets of free animated and static DVD menu styles available. To make a custom menu, just click “Menu” button to choose a suitable menu style for your DVD, and then customize it according to your needs. No menu is also provided. If you particularly like some menus, you can add them to favorite for better finding then later.
Step 4. Preview and start to burn
After finishing all the editing, click the “Preview” button to preview your DVD project. If it’s ok, then click “Burn”, and choose “DVD Disc” option from the drop-down menu. Give your new DVD a name and click “Save”.
Note: If your DVD project is larger than 4.7G and you don’t have a DVD9 disc, just insert a D5 disc, the program will compress it automatically.