Apple iDVD
Apple iDVD
7.1.2

3.0

Apple iDVD free download for Mac

Apple iDVD

7.1.2
13 July 2011

Improves overall stability, addresses a number of minor issues.

Overview

Apple iDVD... Why rent someone else's masterpiece when you can create your own? From Hollywood-style home movies to multimedia wedding albums to professional slideshow portfolios, iDVD 6 helps you put it all on DVD. And no ordinary DVD, mind you. A jaw-dropping widescreen DVD with coordinated menus and ambient audio. A DVD with thoroughly professional polish. A DVD so captivating, it will make it onto everyone's must-see list.

What's new in Apple iDVD

Version 7.1.2:
  • Improves reliability of imported iPhoto '11 slideshows.
  • Fixes a problem that could prevent files from re-linking.
  • Addresses an issue that could cause iDVD to use all available CPU capacity when searching for missing files.
  • This update is recommended for all iDVD 7 users.

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Orytek
18 January 2011

Most helpful

My grandma still uses a dvd player so thanks for the update.
Like (7)
Version 7.1.1
hmfwic47
27 January 2018
No longer listed in the App Store app.
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Version 7.1.2
Spaceman-11
30 September 2011
I have tried several times to burn some avi and mpeg files onto both DVD-R and DVD+R disks. The video works fine, but I have no sound in the preview and also after burning. Have found many people with the same problem, but no solutions. Someone please help.
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Version 7.1.2
Lesoth0
12 July 2011
Works fine overall for me in SL 10.68. Am glad they fixed the file re-linking issue. I've always loved iDVD for years now. Makes a decent stab at doing a pretty home video menu (well families are always impressed no matter what you do) but it's pretty simple and makes a relatively professional job (minus the translucent Apple logo in the bottom right to give away the source being a minor point). There's still the little niggle though of it not fully understanding Anamorphic Widescreen DV. Sometimes you still have to manually change it on your TV (maybe it's the flavour of H264 codec I'm using out of Compressor I don't know.) It's no DVD Studio but for a quick & slick-looking professional DVD wrap it cworks, although I certainly don't claim to be an expert but overall I'm still very happy with it in an iMovie sort of way. It is what it is despite some of the snide remarks below.
Like (2)
Version 7.1.2
1 answer(s)
Lesoth0
Lesoth0
12 July 2011
I didn't know that. I haven't dug around in General Preferences for a while. Many thanks for the tip. ;)
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Nooneknowme
21 January 2011
Apple updates iDvd
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Version 7.1.1
Fra
19 January 2011
Required : PPC (/Intel) and Mac OS X 10.6.6. Silly Apple : Mac OS X doesn't run on PPC !!! Please buy an intel mac to get the mac os x spyware.
Like (2)
Version 7.1.1
OhEssex
19 January 2011
Hmmm - this requires 10.6.6, which is the OS X update I passed on due to privacy concerns with the App Store.
Like (7)
Version 7.1.1
2 answer(s)
Odysseus
Odysseus
19 January 2011
There are no privacy concerns, unless you think that checking the version numbers of your software is a problem.
Like (4)
Surfspirit
Surfspirit
12 July 2011
Actually I have to agree, never before Little Snitch POP so much!
Like (1)
Orytek
18 January 2011
My grandma still uses a dvd player so thanks for the update.
Like (7)
Version 7.1.1
4 answer(s)
Whitebuck
Whitebuck
18 January 2011
So your grandmother understands superior optical visual/audio quality and owning what you pay for! You uh... not so much! But sounds like you're young enough to learn these differences.
Like (11)
Orytek
Orytek
19 January 2011
Whatever you think. Enjoy your superior 480i quality while I stick with my 1280p files. Soon all camcorders will be progressive and further send all dvd players into obsolescence.
Like (3)
Shmack
Shmack
19 January 2011
Wow, 1280p - that's even cooler than 1080p. You must be very special.
Like (8)
Whitebuck
Whitebuck
19 January 2011
480i, no reply as to rights to ownership or audio quality and 1280p, what planet do you live on? Ignorance always amazes! Previously said, learn.
Like (3)
Josh-C-
18 January 2011
OMG an update, YAHOO! lame...
Like (1)
Version 7.1.1
Tweed
04 December 2010
Idvd is a piece of crap, took a beautiful movie and made a dvd worthy of early low quality vhs. Where is this apple quality I always heard about, you should see the dvd that my windows 7 laptop created, outstanding.
Like (1)
Version 7.0.4
2 answer(s)
@timi
@timi
18 January 2011
Under preferences.
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Macinman
Macinman
19 January 2011
I'm a Video Professional, so I am very picky, from a professional stand point. I am very satisfied with the DVDs iDVD produces, but it's all about feeding it good quality video and setting the encode settings correctly. Video is an art. Perfection is not usually a simple 1 2 3 click, and you're done. With that said I'd be more likely to use DVD studio pro for my line of work, but right now it's just too expensive, and Apple doesn't sell it independent of fcS, and I don't need the full studio right now. The few times I've used iDVD, I've been very satisfied.
Like (4)
Lesoth0
24 February 2010
7.04 fixes the crashing issues when burning a project within Snow Leopard 10.62. Back in my good books, Apple!
Like (2)
Version 7.0.4
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  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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