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Getting movies from JVC Everio to DVD


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I have a two part question. We recently bought a JVC Everio MG670 (Hard Drive based - Standard Definition).
1. If I record a single movie on my camcorder, what is the fastest/easiest way to get that movie to a DVD in a format that my DVD player will recognize
2. If I record a bunch of small movies on my camcorder, what is the fastest/easiest way to do the same.

I have iMovie 7.1.4 and iDVD 7.0.4

My understanding is that I have to use iMovie to import the movie and to convert it to a format that iDVD can use. Then I make the movie with iDVD. I have been using this method so far, but it seems to be ridiculously slow and more complicated than a Mac should be.
Thanks so much
Matt
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