Best Mac DVD creator software to burn videos to DVD, DVD folder and ISO files.
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OS Support: Mac OS X,
Date added: 14 Aug 2012
Last Update: 28 Apr 2013
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5.0/5 (1 vote)
5.0/5 (1 vote)
iFunia DVD Creator for Mac Editors' review
Review of iFunia DVD Creator
For this review, I decided to use some video that I shot when I took a trip to Tallinn Estonia. At the time, I shot a lot of video. I shot so much video that when I came home and uploaded the video to my computer, I nearly ran out of disc space. I needed a way to burn the video to DVD so that I could store the memories offline, and so that I could send the video to other relatives.
Changes on the new version:
Since I use the Macbook Pro as my primary laptop, I decided to give iMovie from Apple a try. I was seriously disappointed that I was unable to convert video and add it to my project. I am not sure, but there must've been something about my video camera video format that was incompatible.
The entire process took me only about 30 minutes, and most of that time spent was converting the video into a format that iFunia DVD Creator could recognize. It wasn't just my video that got converted but also the sound was converted perfectly.
After I had created my first DVD, I ran down to my local electronics store and picked up about 100 blank DVD discs, tape and started to convert the rest of my other videos. Now I have cleaned up a lot of space on my Macbook Pro, and I have all of my videos nicely organized in my DVD library. It truly is gratifying to be able to play those videos during holidays.
The iFunia DVD Creator for Mac has a lot of good features, including converting videos to ISO files. I also use Dropbox so I can upload these ISO files to my Dropbox account easily. Another neat feature is that if I burn videos to DVD in either NTSC or PAL format.
The application works just as well for downloaded videos as those which are imported from a camera source. I downloaded several TV shows that I regularly watch and put them through the conversion process. After I converted the videos I was able to burn those to DVD, and also copy them to iPad for viewing at a later time.
One delightful feature I like about the software, is that when I use an application on my iPad called Air Video, I do not need to convert the video first I can play the video directly without having to use live conversion, so the performance is good and the sound and video are in sync.
Version reviewed 2.3.0 on: 22 Jan 2013
1. Improved the efficiency and stability. 2. Optimized the user interface. 3. Fixed some bugs.
A good software for burning your videos to DVD
I highly recommend this application for Mac users. It's much easier and simpler to use than iMovie, and you have an intelligent control over the frame rate and video quality. It's a lovely touch that you can also choose different background images to use when creating the DVD, it looks good, very professional.
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