How to burn flip to DVD on
mac os x?
Burn flip videos to DVD movies on mac osx with Apple iDVD
Flip video cameras have made is super easy to take videos, and many flip video camera users
tend to have a big amount of flip videos taken on different occasions. One good way to store and
archive flip videos is to burn flip to DVDs. However, flip videos cannot seem to be imported to
iDVD directly. iDVD is said to support AVI DVD, MOV and MP4 formats, but many users are
experiencing problems trying to import videos to iDVD. Doremisoft Mac flip converter provides
the perfect solution to importing flip video to iDVD so you can easily burn flip to DVD with iDVD.
Part One: Convert flip video to iDVD compatible formats
1.Add flip video
Download Doremisoft flip converter and launch this application. Click the Add File button to add
the flip videos that you want to burn to DVD.
2.Set output format
Click the "Profile" list and find the iDVD format you prefer.
3.Edit flip video
Click the "Clip" button to trim your flip video and click the Edit button to edit your flip video
4.Convert flip video
Click the "Start" button to start converting flip video to iDVD.
Part Two: Use iDVD to burn converted flip video to DVD
5.Open the iDVD application (under the Machintosh HD icon from the Applications folder).
6.Click on "Create a new project" to create a new project. Make sure to select the correct aspect
ratio. Then name your project.
7.Choose a DVD menu theme for your DVD. Each template comes with an entry theme and other
screens with accompanying chapters
8.Rename the title of the iDVD movie with your own tiele.
9.Under the Tabs icon, you can see the Drag Zones. Drag pictures and music into these blank
boxes. You can also add music from your iTunes to your DVD menu.
10.Now, drag the converted flip videos into the movie drop zone of the selected template and
you will see them to be put on the menu for the DVD.
11.And the final Step, click on Burn and iDVD will start burning your flip video DVDs.
For more tutorials of iDVD, you can find some video tutorials from Apple at