Tutorial - How to Burn DVD-Video and Blu-ray on Mac?
IntroductionSometimes you may want to watch your favorite home movies on DVDs with family and friends or bring them along in the car to watching them on long car rides. Whether you want to burn DVDs of videos you created or make a compilation of your favorite online videos, burning a video DVD or Blu-ray will be necessary. Free DVD/Blu-ray Burner for Mac has the ability to burn any video formats to DVD and Blu-ray including all popular standard and HD formats like 3GP, MP4, AVI, MPEG, WMV, RM, MOV, DAT, etc.
Step 1. Choose Disc TypeAfter launching Free DVD/Blu-ray Burner for Mac, you need to insert a blank DVD to the disc drive first. In "Video" tab, there are 3 types of disc: VCD, SVCD, DVD-video and DivX, choose the one you need.
Step 2. Input Video FilesAfter that, drag the audio folder or files directly into the program window and input a name for the disc in the box.
Step 3. Start BurningNow, click "Burn" to start video DVD burning.
To create a multisession disc, be sure to check to the "Allow more sessions" box. And if you use DVD-RW, there is an option to erase the disc before burning.