How to Burn Any Video to DVDs on OS X Mavericks
Your DVD burner not working on Mavericks? Since the OS X Mavericks is just released, many DVD burners haven't been upgraded to support the new system yet. So, if you don't use the original DVD burner to burn DVD on Mavericks, you have to turn to another DVD burner that is working on Mavericks. Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate for Mac can be your best DVD burner for Mavericks.
It has been upgraded to fully support Mavericks the moment that the new system was released. And it'll also be upgraded timely to support the future versions. So, don't worry it won't work some day. What's more important, this DVD burner for Mavericks is able to let you burn a professional DVD disk from almost any video file just with a few clicks. Get the detailed guide below.
1 Import your video files to this great DVD burner for Mavericks
Click the "Burn" tab at the top, and then hit the "File" option on the main menu bar to select "Load Media Files". Then, a window will pop up, prompting you to find these videos you want to burn. Next, just double-click the target files to import to this Mac app's pane. Immediately, you'll see them shown as thumbnails. Note that this Mac program supports drag-n-drop operation.
Note: The green bar shows you the size of all imported video files.
2 Choose a DVD Menu template or edit videos
At the bottom of this app's pane, there is a scrolling list that contains some classic DVD menu templates. Now, you need to select one of your favorite DVD menu templates. If you want to edit your videos before DVD burning, you can directly click the Edit button of the video item bar to access to the video editing tools you want. At last, just click the "Preview" button to preview the final effect.
3Start burning DVD on Mavericks
On the "Burning" interface of the DVD burner for Mavericks, you just hit the "Burn" button to start burning DVD on Mavericks. This DVD burning software has the ability to finish the rest burning tasks in a minute. After DVD burning, you can get a writen DVD disc.