miDVD Pro is the fast, simple and convenient way to make the most of your precious video memories.
Just drag, drop and burn to preserve your favourite movies and video clips on a professional DVD with themed menus, titles and background soundtrack. It just takes one click - we've made it incredibly simple to use so you don't have to worry abut a thing.
miDVD Pro provides a powerful, high quality DVD creator for everyone:
- Multiple movies - up to 16 movie files can be added to a single DVD.
- Menu themes - select an exciting themed menu for your DVD.
- Projects - save your project with all its settings.
- Soundtracks - choose your favourite song as a menu soundtrack.
- ISO file creation - create an ISO file if you don't want to burn directly to DVD.
- Simple to use - drag, drop and burn - miDVD Pro looks after the rest.
- Supports 100's of video formats. Just drag in your movie or video clip - miDVD Pro will figure it out.
- It's so easy - you don't need to know anything about DVD burning. miDVD Pro works out what to do and gets on with the job.
Preview your DVD before you burn - miDVD Pro includes a great feature to let you preview exactly what your DVD will look like when played on your TV. Preview even looks like a TV, with a remote!
Easy to find content - miDVD Pro's handy media browser enables you to quickly find that precious video clip for your project. The media browser displays your iTunes and iMovie content, and your Movies folder. You can even drag your own folders into the media browser so you don't have to keep going back to Finder.
Fixed issues causing burns to fail.
Ratings and Reviews
Works well, provided you have the horsepower
Longtime iDVD user that I am, I looked for something newer (and supported). Tried miDVD, liked it, wanted more, and bought miDVD Pro. It works as advertised… IF you have the processor and RAM to support it. I think the negative reviews may have come from those who didn’t have a Mac with enough oomph, and that’s understandable. I’m running this on a MacPro with 16 Gb of RAM, with OS X Yosemite, and it works well. Haven’t tried it on something smaller, so we’ll see. I like it, it works, and has enough features compared to miDVD free version to be worth the money. That said, I dearly wish I had the ability to edit the themes, something I adored in iDVD (rest in peace). If the developers read reviews: Please give us the ability to change the fonts in the titles, at least. But overall, it does the deed and I feel satisfied with it.
My first 57 discs worked perfectly. The last few have not burned successfully. Maybe I am using a different disc type and that is why it isn’t working. Not sure if R- or R+ makes a difference here. Additionally, I tried to burn four DVD’s to one disc, but at the end of each clip, it would take me back to the root menu. I was hoping the videos would continually play without interruption. It could be user error. I don’t want to blame the program just yet.
I will say that the app is very user-friendly. It is easy to maneuver through. Hopefully I can find a fix to the first issue. I have a 60-disc project I’m working on with a timeline.
I was unable to find answers to my questions on the website. A user Q&A forum would be nice. Maybe other consumers could answer my questions via the site.
After Apple decided that discs were no longer relevant and scrapped iDVD, I was very happy to find MiDVD. It is very simple to use and fills a fills a great need. Streaming is great but requires a fast and reliable internet connection which many people don’t have. Also, streaming is not practical when showing videos to groups because, even if there is a fast internet connection, you can be sure that will be the time it will fail! I don’t think enough people know about this simple program. I would like a few more options - but then it wouldn’t be simple!
Is there any chance of there being a BluRay version?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.