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Hi

I'm after suggestions on good value DVD burning program.

I have 20" iMac intel.

I would like to burn DVD's to play on my Xbox, I don't have any other DVD player.

The files I have are VOB and would like to just burn to DVD and play like any other DVD's, not really into modifying them just copy and play.

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iDVD?


It comes with iLife.

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It wont open VOB files you have to import from imovie after you share the media but it down sizes the file.
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I see. I never used iDVD (never will, since I only have a combo drive)

My mistake. I can look for a couple that look useful.

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http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-creator-mac.html

heres one that has a free download. The original version is $50..

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Toast or Popcorn?

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Will they open .vob files, though?

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Will they open .vob files, though?
They will burn from VIDEO_TS folders, so I really don't see why not. I could be wrong though.

Some of the sites I pulled up from a quick google search said you needed the IFO and BUP files as well though. They all mention Nero, and Toast can do everything that Nero can do.

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You can always convert the files with iskysoft video converter for mac. This allows you to burn any type of video file to DVD utilizing popcorn or toast.
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