Do you have large folders full of files you would like to archive to DVD? The default Mac "Finder" interface to burning DVDs requires you to manually split the folder up into 4GB sections so you can burn it to separate disks.
DVD Spanner solves that problem. Just specify the directory of files, and optionally a name for the disks, and it will automatically span the archive across multiple disks.
DVD Spanner also keeps a library of all the files you have burned. Wonder where DSC_1234.NEF is? Just enter the library mode and search for it. It will instantly tell you where you put the file.
DVD Spanner is freeware, meaning you don't need to pay for expensive alternatives. DVD Spanning software for the mac is now free!
Note: DVD Spanner does not work on Lion. This is due to incompatibility with the underlying library (called CamelBones). Unfortunately the author of CamelBones passed away and so I now have to port DVD Spanner to another framework completely, which is a large and potentially slow task.
If you like DVD Spanner, please let the author know: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.