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want to burn DVD but im kindergarten to the mac

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I've always had a PC and recently switched to Mac right before i deployed so the only software i have is what already came on the computer.
I want to burn my movies to DVD but they are all in AVI format. Now im computer illiterate so when i read the already posted forums i was completely lost, can someone break it down kindergarten style for my behind the times self.
Thanks in advance!
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I'm a little cautious about answering this one, because AVI movie files tend to come from questionable sources...

iDVD comes with a new Mac, it is a software for creating DVDs:
How to Create a DVD Using iDvd |
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