DVD5 is single layered and DVD9 is double layered, the storage capacities of the two are very different: DVD-5 (Single layer) disk is often called 4.7 GB Media while DVD9 (Double layer) 8.5 GB Media.
When you receive this message, what you actually want is to burn to DVD5 disc, you can try:
1. Change the Output to DVD5 in Advanced Settings window by clicking on the wrench button to bring up the box.
2. Be sure that you set "Writable media (DVD-5) size" a good one for most of the blank media, and we would recommend to set 4300MB, the default one for DVD5 burning for most of the cases, you can check in Common Settings > Drives > DVD Write panel.
3. If you have done the above two, but still get the same message, please submit the problem along with your DVDFab log files to the support team for help.
There are two entries in DVDFab about the crop, one is in the Edit window, where you can click on the "Video Edit" button to check the Crop section and adjust the parameters; the other is in Common Settings > Conversion > Convert, there is an option "Crop Automatically", it's marked by default, and you can uncheck it if you want it to crop manually.
You can go to Advanced Setting window to change resolution and then click on the "Save my profile" option, it will display a new option "Save resolution", tick it and confirm the change, be sure that the "Apply to All" option is ticked too, it will create a new profile with name as xxx.default. Movie titles that use this profile will apply the same settings for conversion.
Yes, there is an SRT option to output only srt file. You can find the option under Profile panel > Format > Subtitle. It is available at DVD/Blu-ray/UHD Ripper.
On the MetaInfo page in the upper right corner, you can use the triangle with the "!" inside to report incorrect meta info for the movie you come across.
You can disable the .nfo file by clicking on the Menu button on the upper right corner of DVDFab, go to Common Settings > General > Meta to uncheck the option "I want to use Meta information".
Currently, macOS doesn't have hardware GPU that can encode 4K HEVC 10bit for UHD now. If you use CPU, the process will use maybe days to encode a two-hour movie. So, no, UHD Creator won't be added to DVDFab for Mac in short time.
You can access the crash logs through Console app under Application->Utilities, which will display all the system messages. The crash file is usually located in ~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports, and you will see its name as this DVDFab_xxx.crash.
When you encounter a problem when using DVDFab on macOS, besides decribe the problem, please send us the log files to help check it out. The default location is: /User/User name/Documents/DVDFab/Log
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