The Mac iPhoto app lets you import and organize photos from digital cameras, scanners, picture CDs, etc. with ease. You can edit the imported photos and make slideshows with the imported photos as well. The iPhoto slideshows can be exported to QuickTime movie files, further edited in iMovie or burned directly to DVD-video discs using iDVD. However, you may fail to find the iDVD app on your Mac. This is because the iDVD was no longer pre-installed on Macs shipping with OS X 10.7 Lion. To burn iPhoto slideshow video to DVD on any new Mac desktops or laptops that come with OS X 10.7 Lion, 10.8 Mountain Lion and 10.9 Mavericks, you need to turn to a third-party DVD burning tool.
The DVD Creator for Mac is an excellent tool for burning video files onto DVDs. This Mac DVD burner can burn videos to DVDs from popular videos like AVI, MPG, MPEG, MP4, WMV, MOV, MKV, FLV, etc. with attractive DVD menus.
How to Burn iPhoto Slideshow to DVD on Mac
2. Download and install DVD Creator onto your Mac
3. Add iPhoto slideshow video
Click Create a New Project to start to create a DVD. Then you can click + to add the exported iPhoto slideshow videos. Alternatively, you can directly drag and drop the iPhoto slideshow video files into the program. After that, you can click the Up and Download icons to rearrange the order.
4. Edit video
Highlight a video file you need and then click Edit. Editing functions include crop, rotate, split, trim, add watermark, set special effects, etc.
5. Set DVD menu
More than 90 sets of free animated and static DVD menu styles are available. To make a custom menu, just click Menu to choose a suitable menu style for your DVD, and then customize it according to your needs. No menu is also provided.
6. Start to burn iPhoto slideshow video to DVD
Click Burn and choose DVD Disc option from the drop-down window. Give your new DVD a name and click Save.