Have upgraded to Mac OS X Lion and found iDVD isn't there anymore? Still want to burn your downloaded videos, camera videos, etc. to DVD for playing on your home DVD player or TV, or send the discs to family and friends for convenient sharing and long-term storage? Well, take it easy since there are many DVD burning programs work well on Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion, for instance, Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac. Here you will get a general idea of this app and learn how to create DVD with it on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
Aimersoft Mac DVD Creator is a professional yet easy-to-use Mac DVD burning tool that runs well on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion. It can burn DVD from various video formats like MP4, MOV, M4V, MKV, FLV, WMV, M2TS, 3GP, etc. and convert your iMovie project, Final Cut Pro edited videos, etc. to DVD in Lion with ease. In addition, the built-in free DVD menu templates and video editor let you take your DVD movies into the next level instantly. Apart from burning videos, it also enables you to create eye-catching photo DVD slideshows with background music. Now just download it and follow the steps below to burn your video and photos to DVD in Lion for view on any standard home DVD player or TV.
After downloading and installation, open the Mac DVD Creator and add videos to it in either way: a> Click + to select and load media files from your hard drive. b> Directly drag the videos you want to burn to the program.
Tips: You can edit videos and photos by clicking the Edit button beside each clip. Video editing functions like crop, trim, rotate, add watermarks, etc. are provided while photo editing features like transition, text and music are offered.
Various static and dynamic free DVD menu templates are provided for your choice. You can select one and then customize it with your favorite images, music, frames, button, etc. And if you don't want to apply a menu, simply choose "No Menu" to skip the DVD menu.
OK, the last step is to insert a writable DVD disc ( DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL, DVD-5 and DVD-9 are all well supported) into your Mac and click "Burn" to start burning the added media files to DVD. You can also save files as DVD folder, .dvdmedia, or ISO file for burning later.
Impressed by this iDVD replacement for Lion? Just get it now and enjoy your videos on TV!