Which Movie Formats Work with iDVD?
iDVD is a DVD creating application made by Apple. iDVD allows the user to burn QuickTime movies, MP3 music, and digital photos to a DVD. It is considered the last step of Apple's iLife suite, bringing together all the other iLife applications' results onto a removable medium. But which formats can iDVD works with? We make a list for you to check.
iDVD Supported Movie Fomats
Most video formats supported by QuickTime: AAC, MP3, and AIFF audio files.
Any format from iMovie: DV, high-definition video (HDV), MPEG-2 SD, MPEG-2 SD, MPEG-4 SD, MPEG-4 HD, and AVCHD.
DVD media format: DVD-R, DVD-RW (Rewritable), DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL (Double Layer).
Not all movies can be supported by iDVD like AVI, WMV, ASF, MPG, Flash Video, VOB, RM, RMVB, etc. You can use a more powerful DVD Creating Tool for Mac to burn downloaded video, home movies, and slideshows onto DVD disc, or to DVD Folder, ISO or dvdmedia file. It supplies powerful editing functions for users. You can create your DVD in several steps.
Step 1: Download and install the software on your Mac. Then run it on your Mac.
Step 2: Insert a recordable DVD-R into computer DVD drive. Press "+" to add videos from your local folder. You can preview the added videos in the left viewing window.You can click the "Edit" button to custom videos by cropping, adding effects, rotating, trimming and more.
Step 3: Go o to "DVDs" area, select the "DVD Disk" as the output format, then you can click the "Start" button to begin burning. The burning time depends on the size of the video files.
It's easy. Comparing with iDVD, this tool is more powerful. It's also easy to use. Now you can make a try on your Mac.
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