Toast Alternative for Mac-Burn DVD from Any Videos(Mountain Lion included)
Thanks to Roxio Toast 11 Titanium’s release, it makes Toast easier than ever to copy, burn DVD, convert and capture videos in Mac. However, everything has defects. So if you’re not content with its some features like DVD burning etc, and want to find a better Toast for Mac alternative, you can use Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate for Mac .
This great Toast for Mac alternative (Mountain Lion supported) has stronger professional functions and more stable features. And also, it works very quickly and easily. The main features are below:
- copy DVD to a new DVD disc, ISO image files or DVD folder file.
- Burn DVDs from almost any video formats for backup or playback on home DVD player.
- Convert DVDs and videos to various media files (video/audio/DVD files including), like AVI, WMV, MKV, MOV, MP4, FLV, VOB, ISO, MP3, WMA etc.
- Support 2D to 3D video conversion
- Download videos from lots of video-sharing sites quickly and easily
- Edit, cut, crop, merge, rotate DVD and video files etc (including adding various cool video effects)
1 Load video to this Toast for Mac alternative (Mountain Lion supported)
After you launch this app, you’ll see the main interface, shown as follows. And then, you need to hit the “Burn” tab>”Burn DVD” option at the top-left corner. Next, on the bottom-right side of the DVD burning interface, there is a "+" button. Just click it to browse your Mac and import your wanted video files to burn DVDs. Or when you find the target files in Mac, just directly drag them to this app.
2 Edit your videos before burning (Optionally)
Before burning, you can optionally edit your files. To hit the “Edit” icon of any one video bar, you can crop, trim, rotate, adjust video and add watermark etc. Also, you want to reorder them by a simple drag-and-drop. At last, preview the effect in the right preview pane in real time.
3 Burn DVDs with this Toast for Mac replacement (Mountain Lion compatible)
Name your DVD, and then select “SupperDrive” from the popping-up window. Before you hit the “Burn” button in the lower-right corner of this app to burn videos to DVDs, you need to insert a blank DVD disc. When everything is done, just click "Burn" to start buring DVD. Of course, this app allows you to burn videos to DVD Folder or ISO files etc.
When this Toast for Mac equivalent (Mountain Lion available) has finished the rest job for you, you can eject the portable DVDs for playback on your home DVD players