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How to Convert and Burn FLV to DVD on Mac and Windows

FLV is widely used to deliver videos on many online video-sharing sites like YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo! Video, Myspace video, etc. You may download a batch of classical FLV movies or concerts and want to enjoy them on your home DVD player or TV with family or just save FLV Video into DVD for backup on Mac. So what's to be done now? In order to view FLV files on a stand-alone DVD player on Mac (Mavericks), you need to convert FLV files to DVD compatible formats MPEG 2, and then burn FLV to DVD Disc, here is a quick way around this issue.

Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac is a professional Mac FLV to DVD converter which lets you convert FLV to DVD MPEG 2 format and burn FLV to DVD with high quality. Moreover, it is a full-function Mac DVD Creator which can burn other video formats like WMV MPEG AVI MOV MP4 MKV and more to DVD with a bunch of DVD menus. And the built-in video editor enables you to enhance the overall effect of your videos. You can not only remove the unwanted segments, adjust the viewing position, cut off the black bars with basic editing functions, but also apply stunning effects and add unique watermarks to optimize the videos. This Mac version works well with Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite) and 10.11 El Capitan. So you don't have to worry about the compatibility issue.

Free download the right version of the DVD burner and check out the detailed instruction on converting FLV videos to DVD discs below.

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Step by step instruction to burn FLV Movie to DVD on Mac OS X

This guide will tell you how to convert FLV to DVD on Mac. If you are a Windows (Windows 8) user, you can convert FLV to DVD with Aimersoft Movie DVD Maker by following the same tutorial.

1Import FLV videos to the FLV to DVD Burner

Browse the FLV video files which you want to burn and drag them into this Mac FLV to DVD burner to create video project. Another ways to import FLV files is to click + on the top of the Media Library. You could check the video size on the measure bar on the bottom. Make sure the space doesn't exceed the total DVD capacity.

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2Edit FLV videos (Optional)

Before burning, you can edit your FLV videos by cropping, multiple trimming, adding watermark, adjusting video effects, and so on. There are many sets of dynamic & static DVD menu templates for you to personalize your DVDs.

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3DVD Menu Making (Optional)

Click the Menu tab on the right side to customize your DVD menu. There are different styles of built-in templates, frames and buttons for your choice. To apply a template, frame or button, you can just double click it. You can even add text, background music and background image to customize the menu.

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Previewing FLV video

Just for make sure everything goes as your plan you could have a video preview before burning it to DVD.

4Burn FLV videos to DVD

Hit Burn to start burning FLV to DVD on your Mac. Apart from DVD disc, you may also convert FLV to DVD Folder, .dvdmedia and ISO File. The burning process will finish in a few minutes.

Here is the video tutorial on converting FLV videos to DVD on Mac:

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About FLV files and FLV player

1. What is FLV File?

FLV video format is proprietary file format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player (formerly known as Macromedia Flash Player) version 6, 7, 8, or 9. FLV video file formats contain video and audio streams as well as metadata.

2. How to Play FLV Files on Mac?

FLV files are types of video files that can be downloaded onto any Mac computer. Unfortunately, FLV files are not compatible with QuickTime. To watch FLV files on your Mac, you need to download and install the right media player. VLC media player is a powerful player which lets you play FLV files on Mac easily.

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Aimersoft Employee
 Thank you for your interest in our product. If you want to rip DVD to FLV, you can turn to Aimersoft DVD Ripper on our website. 
What if I want to convert DVD to FLV? Can it help me do that?
Aimersoft Employee
Hello, Keke. We're sorry but Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac is not free. The watermark is the limitation of the trial version. Once your purchase it, you can get rid of all limitations. Thanks for your understanding.
I successfully burned to the DVD but unfortunately. When I played the DVD on a DVD player, it i kept displayed "Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac" while playing the video. How can I get read of it please
I use it to crop, trim and add watermark my FLV video before I burn it to DVD, thus I create my personal DVD. It is a nice experience.
Aimersoft Employee
Hi, Angela. Aimersoft DVD Ripper is not free, it's a shareware. It's safe to click the Download button to get the trial version. Limitation of the the trial version is that there will be watermarks on the output video.
I want to burn my FLV videos to DVD so that i can watch them on my home DVD player with some friends. Is it free? Is it save to download? If it's not free, what the limit of the trial version?
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