How to Burn DVD on Mac Flexibly?
How to backup DVD movies on your Mac computer flexibly? Well, this question is way too general, how flexible is considered flexible? Is there a benchmark for that? Not exactly. Generally speaking, if a Mac DVD copysoftware allows us to back up our DVD movies in the way what we want, then we may consider it flexible.
So, is there such a copy tool? Sure, there is. DVDFab DVD Copy for Mac allows users to copy their DVDs in several ways, Full Disc, Main Movie, Split, Merge, Clone, etc. There must be one way fits your need.
Let’s check out the guide below to see how you can do that:
Burn DVD on Mac Flexibly: Step 1 >After downloading and installing DVDFab 9 for Mac, start it and choose Copy option in Option Bar, and then load the DVD you want to back up;
Burn DVD on Mac Flexibly: Step 2 > Click Mode Switcher to go to Mode Panel and select copy mode, like Full Disc, or Main Movie, or Clone, choose an output size on the Left Pane ofthe main interface, and then press the Start button to go copying;
Burn DVD on Mac Flexibly: Step 3 > When prompted by a window asking you to insert a blank media, you can replace the DVD by a blank DVD disc to continue the process.
Note: 1. You can even select to choose a certain chapter range of the movie title, some certain audio tracks and subtitle streams to copy if you choose the Main Movie mode;
2. When it’s time to insert a blank media, you need check the output size you have selected, if you selected DVD 5, then just put in a blank DVD 5 disc, or else, put in a DVD 9 disc.
Software you need: the latest build of DVDFab 9
Product you need order: DVD Copy for Mac
For further information, please visit www.dvdfab.cn/dvd-copy-for-mac.htm