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Burning iPhoto Slideshow to DVD


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I just spent three days working on an iPhoto slide show. I'm very satisfied with the results, but when I try to make a DVD for viewing on television via iDVD, I can't seem to get rid of those dorky templates they have. I just want a plain-jane slideshow without all the bells and whistles. When I just burn the show on a DVD it will play fine on my computer, but not the TV.
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