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Originally Posted by Brigadeer
Thanks for the reply. So really all your saying is, iMovie or whatever editing software I will use (it will be iMovie) eventually converts the movie to a DVD friendly ISO file anyway right before you hit the button to actually begin the burning process? If so, then instead of hitting that button to burn, I simply save the file, and get it to my Windows desktop and burn the movie with Nero, which is what I have?

What would be the better course of action, getting an external hard drive and doing exactly as I noted above, or simply purchasing an external DVD-burner and just burn the movies via my MacBook? Thanks for all responses!
iMovie doesn't burn anything, it only sends stuff to iDVD. You cannot simply port a iMovie project file to Windows.

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