Today I was burning off a handful of copies of a DVD for a client when someone asked what I was doing since they "hadn't seen that before" in DVD Studio pro.
There are two basic ways to burn multiple copies of a DVD project in DVD Studio Pro.
1. If you only need to burn off a few copies, say less than 10, I usually get everything ready to burn and then hit Shift + Command + F to Burn a disc, test it then proceed if nothing goes wrong.
See, once you Burn off a test disc you've "Built" it, now all you need to do is "Format" it which really means burn off the Built project to a disc. There's no need to hit Burn again because that just rebuilds the disc and wastes time. So...after the initial test Build-n-Burn…
Hit Command + F for Format.
Pop in a blank disk.
It's quicker than building each time and if there are only a handful of discs to burn - like I said, less than 10 it's not a bad way to go.
2. If you need to burn off many copies (but less than what a dedicated disc copier would be needed for) in DVD Studio Pro hit Command + F (this is after your test burn) and at the bottom of the Build/Format window change Output Device to Hard Drive and tell it where you'd like a disc image of your project saved.
After a bit you'll have a disc image of your project.
Launch Disk Utility or Toast and set it to multiple copies and that's about it.