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I hope you can help. I have just completed an Imovie project, shared it to media browser and then imported it to iDVD to burn but it says it is too big. I know that you can only have 2 hours of video so I cut some footage and now on I movie it is 1:15:31 but on Idvd it says that it is 132.51 minutes


I am a little confused. I movie talks in hours and minutes yet Idvd talks in minutes.

Either way the time length is completely different. Any ideas? It is driving me crazy.

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Did you share the movie again and re-import that into iDVD? Sounds like iDVD is using the original file.

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Yes, I shared it again and made sure the new version was the cut down one but still the times are completely out.

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In iDVD check the Project properties to see which file iDVD is using, then open that in QuickTime to investigate further.

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