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Macbook - Having iDVD trouble on my macbook....can someone recomment me?


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A better program to burn all my mpg movies on to dvd, cause i dvd is crap.....thanks!

by the way, all home movies so im not downloading and bootlegging LOL
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If you described your problems with iDVD, we might be able to solve the issue before you write it off just like that.

But for an alternative, try Toast. Unfortunately, I can't think of a free program to do this, though.

Why are your MPEG movies not working in iDVD? Or do you just dislike the app itself?

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thank you kindy sir

well i drag the movies onto the highlighted space and the "idvd cannot support this action" comes up grrrrrrrrrrrrr..........

thanks for the toast program though. greatly appreciated!!!
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Sounds like you might be using a format it just doesn't understand. Try installing Flip4Mac Windows Media components and Perian, and maybe even divx to maximise the number of supported video formats.
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