If you are a Macbook user who collects lots of videos and at the time when you prefer to watch the movie on a DVD player but it just confuses you that Mac doesn't support iDVD anymore. No worries, the good news is that iTunes, a default program of Mac, has a built-in creator to help you burn your videos to DVD. What's more, we review and pick up the most useful DVD creator to enable you to burn DVD on Macbook.
Part 1. Ultimate Guide on Burning DVD on Macbook
To burn DVD on Macbook, you need a DVD creator, and the VideoSolo DVD Creator is quite suitable for you. It is very user-friendly, you can edit and customize your DVD on the way you like and create a unique DVD for your video. This program is equipped with the following features:
· Convert and burn all formats of videos to DVD;
· Provide multiple choices of DVD menu templates to personalize your DVD;
· Customize subtitles and audio track;
· Edit video effects to create professional DVD;
· Preview your DVD before burning;
Step 1: Launch the Program and Add Videos
Launch the program, there will be an interface pop up with "Add Media Files", click the button and add the videos you want to burn.
Step 2: Personalize the Videos
First, you can click the "Edit" button and modify the video effect like brightness, saturation and video length, and even add watermark as you like.
Second, if you want your video to be more attractive, add subtitles and audio tracks and adjust other parameters like transparency and position.
Last but not least, edit the Menu Templates. After the basic editing, select a wonderful theme for your video from the preset menus. You can change the background picture and add background music to your DVD.
Step 3: Burn A DVD on Macbook
Make sure you have inserted a blank writable DVD into your Macbook. After the computer recognizing it, click the "Start" button to burn your DVD.
Part 2. Use iTunes to Create DVD on Macbook
To use iTunes to create DVD on Macbook, you need to know whether your Mac has a built-in optical drive, or if you connect an external DVD drive (for example, an Apple USB SuperDrive), you can burn a DVD on Macbook.
1. Check the system information of your Macbook
Some old Macs are not equipped with built-in optical drive, so they can not read DVDs. Go to the "System Information" of your Macbook and check if DVD can be read. If there appears "DVD-R" or "DVD-RW", you can burn DVDs on Mac.
2. Insert a blank DVD
After you insert a blank DVD, there will be a dialog pop up, choose "Open Finder". Select "Make this action the default" so you can open the Finder every time you insert a blank disc. The DVD icon appears on your desktop.
3. Rename the DVD
Click once on the DVD's icon on the desktop, then click once again on "Untitled DVD" so that the text is selected (do not double-click as that will open the CD). Once the text is selected, start typing some different text to give the DVD a new name.
4. Arrange the files
Double-click the DVD icon to open it, drag the files you want to burn into the DVD. The names of files, folders, and the DVD can't be changed after the DVD is burned.
5. Burn a DVD
Choose File > Burn Disc or click on the Burn button in the upper right corner of the Finder window. Then select the burn speed and click burn to begin burning the DVD.
Here are the two ways to burn DVD on Macbook, have you got them? No matter you are using a VideoSolo DVD Creator or iTunes, both of them are very easy to handle. You can share the DVDs with your friends or play it on a DVD player or other computers as you like. Just enjoy it and have your funny family movie on weekend!