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How to Burn and copy home DVDs from Mac?

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March 10,2015

This user guide is teach you how to use Video Converter Ultimate for Mac to Burn and copy home DVDs.
Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is the all-in-one media toolkit that lets you convert video & audio to any popular format with 30X faster speed and zero quality loss, transform any DVD disc to nearly any format you want, copy & burn home DVDs, edit video, and provide one-click web video download etc. Now it supports native codecs like Apple Intermediate Codec, ProRes and DNxHD to convert video to one optimized format for iMovie or FCP etc. Do it all in one place and do it easier and faster.

  

Use guies how to Burn and copy home DVDs?

1.Import Video or DVD files

Hit the “Burn” tab at the top to enter into the “Burn” interface, and then in the upper-left corner of the interface, you can switch to the “Burn DVD” or “Copy DVD” option, next, simply drag and drop the files you want to this app’s pane to respectively burn or copy home DVDs.

2.Choose an output format

Name your DVD and choose one of four output formats: DVD Disc, DVD Folder, .dvdmedia, or ISO file. For DVD burning, the extra step is to select one of your favorite DVD menu templates from the drop-down list at the bottom of the program window.



3.Start burning or copying DVDs

Click the “Burn” or “Copy” button in the lower-right corner of the interface to start burning or copying DVDs.

Tips: Previewing videos before burning

Once you’ve edited the file, you can click the "Preview" button to preview your DVD project first. If it's ok, then click the "Burn" button beside.