How to Convert H.264 to DVD Mac (Mountain Lion included)
H.264 is a type of video compression code, which offers better quality at a lower file size than XviD or DviX. It's widely used in high definition videos such as HDTV and Blu-ray. So in the course of your daily digital life, you can usually come across many movies and TV shows encoded with the H.264 codec. If you have stored a lot of H.264 files downloaded or purchased from some digital stores like Apple iTunes and want to burn H.264 to DVD on Mac (Snow Leopard, Lion included), this tutorial will show you how to do the job quickly and easily.
So now let's a professional tool to burn H.264 to DVD on Mac so that you can play H.264 movies or TV shows on a standalone DVD player.
Step 1: Download and Install H.264 to DVD Mac Converter
Click the link below to download this great DVD creator. After that, you'll need to install and enter into its Create a New Project” interface.
Step 2: Load H.264 Files onto the H.264 to DVD Mac Converter
You have two ways to import H.264 videos to this app. One is to directly drag and drop the H.264 files to this program. The other is to click the + button to add your wanted H.264 files. After that, the video thumbnails will display in the right side, shown as following:
Note: To click the ↑ and ↓ buttons, you can change their preview order. While if you drag video thumbnails to another, you can combine these video clips and get a big one.
Step 3: Select DVD menu or do some editing jobs (Optional)
You can optionally choose a suitable DVD menu for your DVD. Just click the Menu” to browse 90+ sets of different and totally free DVD menu styles.
Of course, you can hit Edit” button to optionally edit your H.264 video files. Just crop, rotate video clips, cut off your unwanted video clips, or add some unique video effects etc.
Step 4: Start to convert H.264 to DVD
After previewing your DVD project, you need to press Burn” button to start burning H.264 to DVD if you are very satisfied with preview effect. Insert a D5 or D9 blank disc, select DVD Disc” option in the popping-up window, and click Save”.
Note: If you insert a D5 (4.7G) disc but your H.264 file is larger than it, this app will automatically perform lossy compression.