Best video to DVD converter?

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by MacNoobGuy, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. MacNoobGuy macrumors 6502

    Apr 18, 2012
    hi all, i've got some video files i want to watch on my DVD player. i need an App that'll convert my video files into a .iso file so i can then burn it on my DVD burner and the DVD burner is only on Windows so i need to take the .iso file with me to the Windows machine.

    thanks for any help!
  2. chabig macrumors 601

    Sep 6, 2002
    How would you watch video on your DVD player? Does it have a screen?
  3. MacNoobGuy thread starter macrumors 6502

    Apr 18, 2012
    no i mean the DVD player that is connected to the TV...

    i just tried using 'MacX Video Converter Pro' but it can't convert the video files to .iso...
  4. chabig macrumors 601

    Sep 6, 2002
    Just why not spend $90 and get an AppleTV to stream your video? That would be more cost-effective and save time compared to trying to burn the video to disc.
  5. AcesHigh87 macrumors 6502a


    Jan 11, 2009
    New Brunswick, Canada
    I personally use Roxio toast for my conversion / burning needs. It allows you to create DVD files and either directly burn them or just save them to be burned. If it will allow you to go across platform with the files, however, I'm not sure.

    The easiest answer is, as stated, to get an apple TV or, if you'd rather not stream your content, a USB optical drive for your mac and burn directly from OS X using Toast, Burn, or any similar application.
  6. satcomer macrumors 603


    Feb 19, 2008
    The Finger Lakes Region
    I am not sure about it but maybe the free Burn can help you.
  7. kumquat macrumors regular


    Sep 4, 2011
    Is DVD2OneX still being updated? I used that a few years ago to convert a bunch of .avis and burn them to DVD.
  8. Virginaustralia macrumors regular

    Jun 16, 2013
  9. Macman45 macrumors G5


    Jul 29, 2011
    Somewhere Back In The Long Ago

    This. Most of these apps give you the option to finalise for DVD players anyway, so choose the one that best suits you and you're good to go.
  10. starikarp macrumors member

    Apr 27, 2013
    I use ffmpeg

    in terminal window and it works for me.

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