How to Burn iMovie Project to DVD on Mac Lion

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How to Burn iMovie Project to DVD on Mac Lion

Postby ersxaer » Mon Aug 06, 2012 2:35 am

If you are using a Mac, you will not miss iMovie. You may have created many videos with iMovie's rich video editing features and now want to burn iMovie to DVD so that you can watch them on your widescreen TV. Here you will find the easiest way to accomplish the task.

To burn DVD from iMovie projects, you should first export iMovie project as videos files by choosing "Share" > "Export Movie". When the videos files are generated, get a Mac DVD burning software to burn the edited video files. Here Doremisoft DVD Creator for Mac is recommended to burn iMovie project to DVD on Mac (including Snow Leopard and Lion). With it, you can successfully burn iMovie project to DVD disc with super fast speed and high output quality. In addition, it can also burn other popular formats such as AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MOV, FLV, MTS, etc. to DVD. Furthermore, you can customize your DVD with the built-in video editor and free DVD menu templates. Now download it for free and follow the guide to convert iMovie edited video to DVD with ease!


Step 1. Add iMovie videos
After downloading, follow the wizard to install and launch Doremisoft DVD Creator for Mac. Then click "Add File" button to import iMovie videos to this program. After the files are loaded, you can rearrange the file list with the up-down arrows.

Step 2. Edit videos and customize DVD menus (Optional)
To personalize your DVD files, you can edit iMovie videos or customize your own DVD menus from the built-in DVD menu templates as you like. Simply click "Menu" button to select one and set the "Frame", "Button" and "Text" to customize your DVD menu.

Step 3. Start to burn DVD from iMovie project
After all necessary settings, you need to insert a blank or rewritable disc to your Mac if you want to burn iMovie video files to DVD. Or you can simply convert iMovie project to DVD folder or ISO file on your Mac for later burning.

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