iFunia DVD Creator is a brand new product introduced by iFunia Studio which aims at creating your own DVD movies out of many video files, This is a step-by-step introduction to make you clear of how to use it to create DVD. Let's start with the installation of iFunia DVD Creator for Mac.
To install it, simply mount the .dmg archive by double-clicking it, and copy the application to your applications folder (or wherever you want).
Download and install DVD Creator for Mac, and you will see the main interface like the image below. After that you can directly drag and drop the videos into the program. The built-in Media Browser will help you directly load media files from iTunes, camera, movies, and you own users library. The loaded files will be shown in thumbnail at the file list. You can set video thumbnails for the DVD menu from video clips or frames and rearrange them by dragging and dropping the thumbnail freely according to your preference.
1.This Mac Video Converter supports batch conversion. It allows you to import several multimedia files at one time so that you can convert several videos in one go and enjoy fast conversion speed.
2.The green area at the bottom shows the file size of the added videos. At the bottom, you can choose DVD5 or DVD9 format to output your project.
On the right panel of DVD Creator for Mac, double click a video you need to enter the edit interface. Editing functions include crop, deinterlace, rotate, trim a video to cut unwanted sections, add watermark, set special effects, etc. When you are editing your videos, you can real-time-preview them in the viewing window. Here you can also
add different language subtitle files to your DVD movie and optionally adjusting audio volume of the output video.
Click the "Menu" button on the lower right bottom of the main interface to enter the menu editing window. 15 free DVD menu templates are offered for your DVD authoring. 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. No menu is also supported.
Go to the "Preview" tab to preview your DVD project as if you are watching it on TV to make sure that all the effects go as you like. when preview single video file, you are able to select a most suitable aspect ratio for better viewing on your TV, select 4:3 for a regular TV and choose 16:9 for a wide screen TV.
After all necessary settings, you need to insert a blank or rewritable disc to your Mac if you want to burn your video files on DVD disc. Or you can simply convert the videos to DVD folder or ISO file and save on your Mac for later burning. Choose the right output option and set proper output parameters to start burning your files.