If you’re using a Mac OS X computer, you must have been quite familiar with iMovie. With rich video editing features, iMovie provides you so many choices to edit videos as you like. Since you have made so many videos, you may want to burn iMovie video to DVD for safekeeping and convenient playback on DVD players. However, you will find you have to convert and burn iMovie to DVD as iMovie supports no DVD output directly. In such case, an iMovie to DVD burner would be great of help.
Leawo iMovie to DVD converter is the best iMovie to DVD burner for you to burn and convert iMovie to DVD freely and easily. It could burn iMovie to DVD in various formats within only a few clicks, including burning iMovie to DVD discs, folders or ISO files as well. The following guide would show you how to burn and convert iMovie movies to DVD with the help of Leawo DVD burner (Mac users use Leawo iMovie to DVD Converter for Mac to convert iMovie to DVD on Mac freely).
Add source videos
Click "Add Video" button to load source iMovie videos to this DVD burner for burning, or directly drag the video clips in and drop on the interface.
Edit source video files (optional)
Click the Edit button to enter the video editing panel. In the video editing panel, you can freely customize iMovie video files for output: Trim, Crop, Effect, Watermark, etc.
DVD menu/template customizations
On the right side, various DVD disc menu and templates are provided for you to choose from. You can also customize menu and templates if you like. You can preview templates and menu on the built-in player.
More settings for DVD creation
Click Burn to DVD button to do more settings for burning video to DVD, including: output format, output directory, TV standard, quality, etc.
Burn iMovie movies to DVD
Click the Burn Now to to convert and burn video to DVD within Leawo video to DVD Creator.
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iMovie is a proprietary video editing software application which allows Mac, iPod Touch 4th generation, iPhone 4 and iPad 2 users to edit their own home movies. It was originally released by Apple in 1999 as a Mac OS 8 application bundled with the first FireWire-enabled consumer Apple model – iMac DV. Since version 3, iMovie has been a Mac OS X only application bundled in the iLife suite of Macintosh applications.