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I'm new to Mac and trying to figure out how to put video onto dvd.

I downloaded the video from my minidv cam corder to imovie and now want to burn it to dvd. I found how to select parts of video and put it into a project but I want to burn a whole bunch of video onto dvd. Is there a way to select large portions/amount of video for burning?

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When you create a project in iMovie you can export it to iDVD and burn it from there.
It will automatically encode and burn anything you have in your project window.

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There's also a feature of iDVD called "OneStep DVD" that takes footage directly from your camera (no editing, just a raw video dump) and burns a DVD of it.
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Thanks guys.
I used the one step to put the video directly from the camera to dvd. Haven't tried burning any projects yet, still working on them.

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