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I need to burn a .mpg file


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Ok I am really new to my Mac and burning files. I have a couple of .mpg files that I downloaded from my camera. I tried to email them but one file is 13.9 mb and the other is 28.7 mb. Now I want to burn them. How and what cd do I buy to burn them?
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You can burn your movies using an app. like Toast, or Dragon burn.

But you can also do it in Finder.
Just navigate to the movie files in question, right(ctrl)click on them and select burn to...

What brand of CD's to select is entirely up to you.

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