5 Free DVD burning software for Mac

Lot of DVD/CD burning software’s available for Mac. Some of them free and some them paid.

Here we provide list of free DVD Burning Software (without watermark), DVD Decrypter, DVD shrink software for Mac OS X Yosemite, Mavericks and Mac lion.

Burn (Free & Open Source)

Burn DVD burner

Burn is one of the best free DVD burner available for Mac OS X.  It allow you to select different filesystems. So you can access DVD files in any operating systems and devices like DVD player.

It also allow you to change advanced settings such as disk icon, file permissions and file creation date.



Free burning software for Mac OS X 10.5 or later. Its support disc image formats which is natively supported by Apple Mac OS X like iso, mdf/mds, cdi, dmg, b6t/b6i, gbi, cue/bin, nrg, ccd/img, toc, daa.

SimplyBurns (Opensource)


SimplyBurns is a another free easy to use app for Mac which have GUI. Its available in sourceforge.net.


Disco software

Another free DVD creator. One upon a time it was a premium app – $19.95. Now disco is totally free. Its support re-writable CD/DVDs and internal, external DVD writers.

BurnX Free

Burnx software

It allow you drag and drop files and folder to burn a CD or DVD.

If you knew any other best free DVD burning software for Mac, inform us via comment.

How to Fix "iTunes Waiting for Changes to be Applied" error

Try the following solutions to fix “waiting for change to be applied” error. Do the each solution one by one and check if the “waiting for change to be applied” error is gone or not.

  1. Disable “Find my iPhone” feature in your iPhone.
  2. Uncheck “Sync Music in iTunes” option. Delete all music. Then re-check “Sync Music in iTunes” option again.
  3. Turn off “Sync music”.  In your iphone or iPad go to Usage -> Manage storage and delete music.
  4. Delete all non-music files from iTunes music folder.
  5. In iTunes un-check “Sync Music”. Delete all music using General -> Usage -> Manage Storage. Then re-check “sync Music” option again. In iTunes summary tab, select “Sync only checked songs and videos” & “Manually manage music and videos ” options.
  6. Drag and drop playlist in your iPhone.
  7. Unplug the USB cable when you get stuck on “Waiting for changes to be applied” message. Then replug it again.
  8. In iTunes summary tab, select  Manually manage videos” option. So you can manually able to add music to iPhone.
  9. In your iPhone iTunes app, go to General > iTunes WiFi Sync and choose “Sync now” option.

iTunes Waiting for changes to be applied, fix

Recently i faced this issue when i try to syn music from iTunes library to  my iPhone 5s. In Apple support communities, lot of users reported the same issue. They getting music sync issue with their devices like iPhone 6, iPhone 4, iPad 2 and iPod touch 5G.

Fix 1:- (Disable Find my iPhone)

Go to iPhone iCloud settings and disable “Find my iPhone”.

Fix 2:- 

  • First copy all your music to the following folder: “Music\iTunes\iTunes Media\Music”.
  • Uncheck “Sync Music in iTunes” option. iTunes will ask you to delete all existing music on your device. Select OK and click Apply.
  • Again check “Sync Music in iTunes” option and then click “Apply”.

If this method does not work turn off  “Convert higher bitrate songs to 128kbps”.

Fix 3:- (Delete Music)

First turn off “Sync music”. Go to Usage -> Manage storage in iOS device and delete music.

Fix 4:- (Delete Non-music files)

  • First backup your device using iTunes or iCloud.
  • Navigate to iTunes Music folder and delete all non-music files.
  • Restore your iPhone from backup. Then re-add all music again.

Fix 5:-

  • In iTunes uncheck “Sync Music” option.
  • Navigate to General -> Usage -> Manage Storage. Delete all music. Now recheck “sync Music” option again.
  • Go to iTunes summary tab and select the following options :“Sync only checked songs and videos”, “Manually manage music and videos”.
  • Try to Sync again.

Fix 6:-

  1. On your iPhone, iPad or iPod, reset network settings via Settings -> General -> Reset Network Settings.
  2. Choose “Trust this computer”.
  3. Go to iTune summary tab and choose the box next to “manually manage music and videos.”
  4. Then try to sync.

Other Fixes:-

  • Drag and drop playlist in your iPad or iPhone.
  • Connect your iOS device to computer via USB cable. When Sync stuck with “Waiting for changes to be applied” message, unplug it and plug it again. The music sync will continue where it stopped.

How to fix OS X Yosemite sound not working issue on Mac

After upgrading OS X yosemite, Mac users reported lot of issues.

  • Mac users get popping noise when playing audio or video,
  • No sound in Safari and other browsers when playing videos
  • Can’t adjust volume for speakers.

Fix 1:-

Launch Terminal and type the following command.

 sudo killall coreaudiod

Fix 2: Change the output source

OS X Yosemite upgrade process change the sound output source from default to installed HDMI display speakers.but Mac does not have any control to this speakers. So this issue might happened. If  you attached any external speakers source, Mac wants to make that output device.

Navigate to System Preferences  -> Sound and change the output device to Internal speakers


Fix 3: Change Os X Yosemite System Preferences

Navigate to System Preferences -> Sound. Then select the “Play Feedback when volume is changed” check box.



Fix 4:- Change the system preferences again

Navigate to System Preferences-> sound  and make the tick on “Show volume in menu bar”.

Fix 5:- Change the audio port settings

If you are already using HDMI external display with sound, navigate to System Preferences ->sound and change from HDMI to Headphone port. Because some Mac users thought HDMI sound devices no longer controllable on OS X.

Fix 6:- Reset Pram

  1. Shout down your Mac
  2. First find Option key, Command (⌘), P, and R keys in your keyboard.
  3. Then turn on your computer.
  4. Now hold Option+Command+P+R keys combination before the gray screen appears. Continue to holding these keys down until Mac restarts and the startup sound for the second time, then release those keys.

Restart your Apple Machine

Restart your  computer (iMac, MacBook Air or Macbook Pro).