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Imovie projects

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I'm trying to make a dvd of my daughter to send to some out of state relatives.

I've edited the movies in imovie to add dates, titles, etc.

How do I save the imovie projects in a format that will work so that i can make the dvd in toast?

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ok, so i figured out that i have to export them, i think.

My next question, is what size should i use? They'll be played on a tv.
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