Burn Thanksgiving videos to DVD for sharing on Mac

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Burn Thanksgiving videos to DVD for sharing on Mac

Postby kensa » Thu Nov 29, 2012 7:17 am

Thanksgiving Day is coming soon. Are you ready to do something innovative to impress others and entertain yourself? How about sending your friend a heartwarming Thanksgiving DVD movie made by yourself? Add whatever you want to show in your DVD, festive cooking video, heartfelt intro, or anything else. Make a Thanksgiving DVD movie as a surprise, and give others a deep impression.

There are many DVD Maker programs help you burn movies to a playable disc on windows, on Mac i find a new program called iFunia DVD Creator for Mac fit my needs best. Below is a detail guide to help you burn/create your Thanksgiving movies or home movies to DVD easily on Mac.

What you’ll need:

1. Thanksgiving home videos.
2. Background music of Thanksgiving songs
3. iFunia DVD Creator for Mac (Free for download)

Step 1. Add your Thanksgiving home videos

Download and run iFunia DVD Creator for Mac, connect your DVD Writer and insert a blank DVD. After that you can load your Thanksgiving videos into the program by drag&drop. It supports batch conversion, so just add whatever you want to show in your DVD.


Step 2. Edit the Thanksgiving home videos

You can edit your Thanksgiving videos with DVD Creator’s built-in video editing tools. Double click the video you’d like to edit, and now you can decorate your videos by crop, add text/special effects and rotate. Moreover, you can also edit your videos by either crop to remove the black edges, trim to set the start time and duration of the time length, add watermark to protect your copyright or add special effects.


Step 3. Select a DVD menu

Click the “Menu” button on the lower right bottom of the main interface to enter the menu editing window. Rich variety of stylish free DVD menu templates are provided. Choose a suitable menu style for your DVD, and then customize it according to your needs. In the Menu page, you can freely add text and change the frame and button of the menu. You can also Click “background music” to add music from local files.


Step 4. Preview and start to burn Thanksgiving videos to DVD disc

It’s great that you can preview the created DVD before burning to make sure everything is going well, and then you can choose to burn a DVD disc, a DVD folder, or a DVD ISO File. Make settings (e.g. Output destination and TV standard) in the resulting dialog and click “OK” to start burning your Thanksgiving video files to DVD. After a while, you’ll get prompted when DVD burning is complete.

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