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How to Create DVD Using Final Cut Pro on Mac

by Christine Smith • 2024-01-11 10:26:50 • Proven solutions

Final Cut Pro is a professional video editing software for Mac users that comes with basic and advanced features for creating exciting videos. Among the long list of features supported by the software, DVD creation is one of them. Created DVDs offer physical storage of your files and allow playback on DVD players. Know more about the Final Cut Pro DVD feature in the following parts.

Part 1. Easy Guide to Create A Disk in Final Cut Pro

Using the Final Cut Pro software, high-quality DVD and Blu-ray disc can be created. You can also create a disk image Blu-ray file using the software. The software allows you to burn a clip, project, and a range selected to the disc. The process of creating a DVD is simple and quick.

Guide to Final Cut Pro burns DVD:.

Step 1: On your Mac system, launch the Final Cut Pro software.

Step 2: Click on the film reel at the bottom-left corner to navigate you to the Project library. Navigate, browse, and load the project that you want to burn. Alternatively, you can also select a clip or a range to be burned.

click on the film reel

Step 3: Next, insert a blank DVD into your system to which you wish to burn your files. Select the Ignore option at the dialog box that follows. In the absence of a DVD slot, you need to use an external drive.

Step 4: At the right corner of the software interface, chose the export menu. Then select the DVD option. Clicking on the Settings option will help you select the preferred DVD settings like layers, disc templates, build type, title, etc.

choose the export menu

Step 5: Next, hit on the Share option, and the files will start burning to the disc.

hit on the share option

After the files are successfully burned to the inserted DVD, eject the disc from the system.

Part 2. Best Alternative for Final Cut Pro to Burn Videos to DVD Easily on Windows/Mac

If you are looking for an alternative to Final Cut Pro due to its inability to process files on Windows systems and other reasons, we recommend Wondershare UniConverter (originally Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate) as the best tool. The versatile program can be quickly installed on your Windows and Mac system and facilitates burning videos to a DVD, Blu-ray, or an ISO image file. Videos in almost all formats can be burned to a disc using the software, and the process is super fast and simple. The software offers several DVD templates to choose from for creating professional-looking videos. You can also add background music or a picture for the disc. Additional software features include video conversion, download, recording, transfer, compression, and others.

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Step 1 Add Files to be Burned.

Open the Wondershare UniConverter software on your system and select the DVD Burner tab from the primary interface. Clicking on the +Add Files will allow you to browse and add the desired videos from your local system. Alternatively, you can also drag and drop the files.

add files to be burned

Step 2 Choose the DVD Template.

After the files are added to the interface, next, you need to select the template. The template designs with a thumbnail image are shown on the right-side panel of the interface. You can move the left and the right arrows to check for the available designs. Clicking on the pencil icon will open a pop-up window where you can check more template designs and add a background image and music file. Click on the OK button after the changes are made.

choose the dvd template

Step 3 Insert a DVD and Enter the DVD Label and Other Parameters.

Next, insert a blank DVD into your system to which you wish to burn your files. At the DVD Label section, give the desired name to your disc. Also, select the values for Menu Type, Aspect Ratio, TV Standard, and Quality from their drop-down options.

insert a dvd

Step 4 Select the Disc Type and Burn Videos.

Next at the top-right corner, expand the options at Burn Video to tab and select the DVD. Finally, hitting on the Burn button at the bottom of the interface will start burning the added files to the inserted disc. The bottom menu of the software also shows the available disc space. After the process is complete, eject the disc safely.

burn videos


So for Mac systems, Final Cut Pro can be used for burning files while for Windows devices, and additional requirements, Wondershare UniConverter is just ideal software to use.

Christine Smith

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