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Imported music in iDVD project skips on DVD


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So, I made a nicely edited movie from a wedding using iMovie. I shared to iDVD and created a nice menu structure and slideshow using photos from iPhoto.

I added a few songs to the about 300 iPhoto pictures. Those songs play fine in iDVD in the preview mode. However, when I created my DVD they skipped while playing on the TV.

The sound and songs in the movie were fine with no skipping, however the songs in the photo slideshow skipped.

So, is there a problem with the imported music? Doubt that since it doesn't skip in iDVD. Is there a problem with the DVD itself? Maybe the player itself? Didn't skip during the movie though.

Used blank Sony DVDs, so assume that it is of higher quality.
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To put possible blame on the burned disc, play it in your Mac using DVD Player. Does it skip there.

What format were the original files; AVI, ACC, MP3? I'm wondering if converting them to say AIFF might help the situation. That might be worth a try.

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