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How to Burn DVD on Macbook Pro Easily and Quickly

If you are using Mac and you are eager to files to DVD, then you should turn to a reliable application to do this. Aimersoft DVD Creator is exactly what you need. This DVD burner for Macbook Pro provides you a faster way of burning DVD on Macbook Pro and ensures you of the best results. Another great thing about choosing this software is that you can have full editing capacity for your files.

In addition to basic editing functions like trimming, rotating, cropping and etc, you can do more with this fabulous tool. For example, you can apply menu to make your DVD professional looking, or adding background music to get better overall effect. The workplace is very easy-to-use. Only by a few clicks, your DVD will be finished in no time and ready to be played on DVD player. Even if you are a novice in burning DVD, you can also easily copy DVD on Macbook Pro.

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How to burn a DVD disc on your Macbook Pro

Now, let's follow the tutorial to learn how to burn DVD on Macbook Pro. Windows users can also have this brilliant DVD Creator, for it is fully compatible with Windows 10.

1Import videos to the program

The first thing you need to do is to click "+" on the upper-right corner to locate your files that need to be burned and load them to the media library. The green bar at the bottom of the interface indicates the size of your file.

Import video files

2Customize your video according to your need

This application has a great built-in editor which allows you to touch up your video before burning. In addition to the basic editing features, you are also provided with advanced options like adding subtitles, deinterlacing, adding special effects and more.

If you are going to add more fun to your movie, you can click "Menu" to apply an attractive template to the main menu and change the frame of the title page. In the preview window, you can adjust the sizes of background image, screen and text boxes, drag them to your desired position and so on.

Edit video

3Start burning DVD on Macbook Pro

Insert a blank DVD into the disc drive of your laptop. When the computer has recognized the disc, click "Burn" button to specify the burning setting. Then wait until your DVD is finished.

Generally speaking, burning a DVD may cost you minutes to hours. It depends on the size of your file. But Aimersoft DVD Creator gives you the possibility of burning DVD at a faster speed.

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5.5 hours - 4%. Is that right? Need to make a decision to buy the full version but this isn't looking good :(
I am trying to burn a 3GB file as DVD-ready with your software but it's been hanging at 1% for the last 30 minutes. I'm using a trial version (in order to trial it) on a MacBook Pro 17". Any tips?
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