Developer website: Henry Mason
Sizzle is designed a tool for Mac OS X 10.2 and later that helps in the creation of reasonably basic, no-frills DVD Video discs. Sizzle takes MPEG-2 video and combines it with either MPEG Layer-II ("MP2") or Dolby Digital ("AC3") audio to create a disc image that can be burned to a recordable DVD or CD with a program like Disc Copy or Roxio Toast.
Version 0.5b2: This should fix many problems people have been having with Sizzle and 10.3. Disc image creation is faster now, and DVD menu buttons should work better on more DVD players. German and French localizations are also included, finally, much apologies to my translators whose work has been siting on my hard drive for months and months. 9-button bug is fixed, too. And even though NO ONE requested this freaking feature, you can now choose the scratch folder for people with small boot drives. I'm sure this isn't useful to ANYONE.
Mac OS X 10.2 or later, A DVD or CD burner.