DVD Creator for Mac can create DVDs from video AVI, MPG, MPEG, MP4, WMV, MOV, MKV, FLV, etc. with DVD menus. Besides, it lets you create slideshows and edit videos using tools like trim, crop, rotate, watermarks, etc. DVD Creator for Mac is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
In this post, let me show how you can burn video to DVD on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks using DVD Creator for Mac.
1. Download and install DVD Creator onto your Mac
2. Click Create a New Project to start to create a DVD
3. Load video files into the app
There are 2 ways to add video files: directly drag the videos into the program or click + to add them. After that, you can click the Up and Download icons to rearrange the order.
Note: You can combine several 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.
4. Edit video files
Highlight a video you need and then click Edit. Editing functions include crop, rotate, split, trim, add watermark, set special effects, etc. All the settings you apply can be view instantly in the right window.
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. If you particularly like some menus, you can add them to favorites.
6. Start to burn video to DVD
After finishing all the editing, you can click the Preview button to preview your DVD project. If satisfied, click Burn and choose “DVD Disc” option from the drop-down window. Give your new DVD a name and click Save.