Using JVC Everio GZ modes and hope to burn to DVD with the original 720p quality. Most JVC modes recording MOD files like GZ-MG7230, GZ-MG630, GZ-HD7(TOD), GZ-HD3(TOD) is in good-looking design; high-quality audio; low noise, low-light video, its SD 720p is not as high as Full HD but it very suitable to burn to DVD for playing standard DVD without lowering resolution to cater for DVD disc criterion.
JVC MOD to DVD Creator Lion is one of the most outstanding MOD to DVD Creator Lion to support 720p JVC MOD, TOD files directly to DVD Creator then burn to DVD without any quality loss. While iDVD in old Mac Lion version isn't able to import MOD, TOD files directly and some new Mac Lion users even without a iDVD in their new Mac. This DVD Creator for Mac will be the best app to burn to DVD on Lion.
Plus, you can do additional editing work like DVD disk Background, Menu Title (DVD Name), Button Style and Frame (Video decoration Frame). So you can create your most personalized and outstanding DVD disk to DVD-5 or DVD-9 disc.
Step 1: Free download Mac Lion JVC MOD to DVD Creator. Import MOD movies from your PC to dvd maker
Step 2: Choose DVD-5 (4.7G) or DVD-9 (8.5G) as the output according your DVD disk specs.
Step 3: before burn to DVD disk, if you want the DVD disk looks more perfect, you can use Customize Menu edit function.
1. Choose a template. There offer Cartoon Series, Life Series, Nature Series three series.
2. After chose a template, click the template you chose to enter the "Advanced" edit interface. Here you are allowed to edit the DVD Background, Menu Title (DVD Name), Button Style and Frame (Video decoration Frame).
Step 4: Burn JVC MOD movies to DVD
Press the "Burn" Button to jump out the following window to choose ISO files or DVD.
If choose DVD, please insert a New Blank DVD to PC DVD Drive and click "Apply" button, then the DVD burning start, after a short time, you will see the Prompt Dialog Box to show the Burning ended.
If choose ISO file, the original video files will be burn to ISO file and save in your Hard Drive of PC.
DVD Aspect Ratio: For widescreen it is 16:9, for the standard TV it 4:3.