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How to Convert Aperture Slideshow to DVD with Ease

Aperture provides an amazing way for you to enhance your photos and create eye-catching slideshows. Perhaps you have made some gorgeous slideshows with Aperture and want to burn them to DVD for playing on DVD player or TV. Well, now you're in the right place now. In this article, we're going to tell you how to burn Aperture slideshow to DVD effortlessly in a few mouse clicks.

Aperture doesn't provide a way to burn slideshow directly to DVD. To convert your Aperture slideshow to DVD, you need to export the slideshow to a movie on your Mac and then burn it to DVD with a Mac DVD burning program. After finishing making your slideshow in Aperture, click "Export" to export your Aperture slideshow to HD videos and then follow the tips below to burn it to DVD.

After that, what you need is a DVD burner for Mac. In fact, you can burn your Aperture slideshow to DVD with iDVD. However, there are always some problems like video quality loss, slow burning speed, etc. To successfully burn DVD from Aperture slideshow with high quality, here Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac is highly recommended. It's a professional yet easy-to-use Mac DVD burning tool that can help you burn Aperture slideshow to DVD on your Mac, including Mountain Lion. Apart from Aperture, it can burn videos in all popular video formats like MOV, MP4, MKV, AVI, WMV, FLV, etc. Now just download it and check out the easy steps to accomplish your task.

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How to burn Aperture slideshow to DVD effortlessly

1 Import Aperture slideshow video

After downloading, follow the wizard to install Aimersoft DVD Burner for Mac and launch the app. You can either drag and drop the exported Aperture slideshow to the item bar or click "+" to select and load video files. Added videos can be previewed on the left preview window.

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2Select DVD menu (Optional)

Then click "Menu" on the lower right bottom of the main interface to enter the menu window. There are more than 40 free static and dynamic DV menus provided for your choice. You can select one and customize it with your favorite buttons, frames, etc. If you don't want a DVD menu, simply choose "No Menu" to skip the DVD menu.

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3Start to burn

When all settings are OK, click the Burn button and you will see the window below, where you can select the output format and DVD parameters. If you want to burn your Aperture slideshow to DVD directly, insert a writable DVD disc into your Mac, set the parameters and click Save to start burning.

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Below is a video tutorial on how to convert Aperture slideshow to DVD:

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