Creating a DVD Video with Easy VHS to DVD for Mac

Note: You can use other versions of Toast (such as Titanium or Titanium Pro) to create your DVDs with video captured with Easy VHS to DVD for Mac.

  1. In the Applications folder on your hard disk, open the Easy VHS to DVD for Mac folder and double-click the Toast Basic icon to launch the included Toast software.
  • If you are setting up Toast for the first time, follow the instructions on your screen. Otherwise, continue to the next step.
  • At the top-left of the Toast window, click Video, then choose the DVDVideo project.
  • Choose any optional disc settings, such as Automatic or Custom Encoding.

    Tip: For best results, we recommend you use the Automatic Encodingoption.
  • If you want to change the look and feel of the final DVD, select a menu style from the pull-down list that appears in the Options area.
  • Click the Add button at the bottom of the Toast window. An Open dialog box will appear.
  • Navigate to the Easy VHS to DVD Capture folder located inside your Movies folder.
  • Locate and select the captured movie from which you wish to create a DVD.
  • Click the Choose button.
  • Insert a blank, recordable DVD.
  • Click the Record button, choose a recorder from the list, then configure recording options, such as Number of Copies.
  • Click Record to continue.
  • Toast displays a progress bar and status information as it records your disc.

Tip: For more detailed information on creating a DVD-Video project with Toast, select Toast Titanium Help from the pull-down Help menu.


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