Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac
can help you make DVDs on Mac OS X. Now you can burn your downloaded movies, self-made videos, and digital picture slideshow to DVD disc, DVD Folder, ISO or even DVDMedia. Here is a quick step-by-step guide to get you started.
First, free download, install and launch Mac DVD Creator
(Intel Version), choose “Create a New Project” and then follow these 4 steps:Step 1. Load Files (pictures, photos, slideshows, videos, movies……)
Click the “+” button and select the target files you wish to burn, or just drag files to the program. Then the loaded files will be shown in thumbnail in the file list.Tip: You can merge, split or re-arrange them by dragging freely according to your preference. And you can also manage your files with the 4 buttons (add, delete, down, up).Step 2. Edit Files (Optional)
Edit function is available to both videos and slideshows. Highlight a file and click “Edit” to enter the edit interface.Tip: You can edit video and movie files - crop, multiple trim, adjust effects, add watermarks and rotate functions.Tip: You can edit picture slideshow files - set the transition effects, add text and background music to make them more personalized and eye-catching. Step 3. Customize DVD menu (Optional)
Click the “Menu” button on the lower right bottom of the main interface to enter the menu editing window. Choose a pre-set dynamic template or static templates. Advanced Setting for customizing is allowed.For animated template
, you can freely change the title miniature and the background music by clicking the “Advanced Setting” button. And free to download more animated DVD templates
.For static template
, you can customize the frame, the play button, the video name, the background picture and music of the DVD menu.Step 4. Start to burnAimersoft DVD Creator for Mac
provides four output choices: DVD Disc, ISO file, DVD Folder (Video_TS) and DVDMedia file. Choose an output format according your own needs and set proper output parameters to start burning your files.Note
: if you don’t want to burn your files immediately, just save them as a project file, which can be reloaded next time for further editing and burning.
Done!! Enjoy the videos on your big screen DVD player now!