Download the DVD Flick program.
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Wait for the download to start. Install DVD Flick. Click Next four times. Open DVD Flick.
Double-click the DVD Flick icon, which resembles a film strip. The DVD Flick window will open. You may have to click OK or Close on a tutorial window before proceeding. This will drop the file onto the DVD Flick window. If DVD Flick opens in a full-screen window, click the double-square icon in the upper-right corner of the window and then click and drag the top of the window to reposition the window on the screen. If you have two windows open, you can drag one window to the far-left side of the screen to snap it there and then select the other window that you want open to snap it to the other side of the screen.
This tab is at the top of the DVD Flick window. Click the Burning tab. It's on the left side of the page. Check the "Burn project to disc" box. You'll find this near the top of the page. It's at the bottom of the window. This saves your settings and returns you to the DVD Flick main page. This button is at the top of the window. If prompted with a warning about choosing a different file name, just click Continue.
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Wait for the process to conclude. DVD encoding and burning can take several minutes to an hour or more depending on the length of the video. Test your DVD. Again, if this doesn't create the DVD properly, see the "Tips" section for a potential fix. Put a blank DVD in your drive. Download and install Burn. Click and drag the Burn app icon into the Applications folder.
Double-click the Burn app icon. Verify the download if prompted. Open Burn. Click the Video tab. It's at the top of the Burn app window. This will shift the Burn file window to the "Video" section. Enter a DVD name. Click the text field at the top of the Burn window, then replace the current text usually "Untitled" with whatever you want to name your DVD.
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It's in the bottom-left corner of the window. A Finder window will open. Select your MP4 file. Click Open. It's in the bottom-right corner of the Finder window. Actually, this is due to the format incompatibility. You could also directly click the big "Edit" icon in each loaded video title to enter the video editing panel for editing.
After editing video, return to the main interface. On the right side bar, you could select a disc menu template for output DVD content. You could select one from preset templates and click the middle of the disc menu to get preview. After setting disc menu, return to the main interface. Click the big green " Burn " button. On the popup sidebar, set "Burn to", "Disc Label" and "Save to" options.
This is what iDVD did, and what current third-party apps did.
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No way around it. The only other alternative is to ditch the idea of burning a DVD at all. Streaming video online has replaced physical media. Even the cheapest smart phones now record in p video, which is 6 times the resolution of DVD video p. Plus, you can view online video on computers, phones, tablets, smart TVs, set-top boxes like Apple TV, Roku and newer cable boxes. Just something to think about. There are many many chinese apps on the App Store but … And a few others at high level price Toast Titanium…. Thanks a lot in advance.
I did use Toast a few times back in the day and it worked fine, but lacked the nicer features of iDVD if I remember correctly. Thanks Gary.
Impossible to test… — Toast: not tested: too expensive for my limited needs. So all new movies currently that are on DVD are p? Think about it. DVD players are the same as they are from the early 90s when p was the standard. So how would they know about p, p or 4K? Alright thanks Gary!
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