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best way to make narated slideshow on DVD?


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I am making a slideshow of old photographs for my parent's 50th weding aniversary. One they can watch on a TV (so standard DVD).

I would like to record a naration allong with it.

What is the most straighforward way to do this? I can make a slideshow easily enough using iphoto, keynote, or imovie..and then presumably move to DVD. it's the naration that is giving me trouble.
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Awsome. thank you. I'll give it a try.
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it seemed to work just fine in imovie. seemed to work fine when playing the DVD in my imac. but...

tested on a PC and no sound!

haven't tested in a regular DVD player (which is what the project was intended to be played on). But I thought after many hours of editing that it was DONE! I need to tonight (and can't do anyting with it untill I get home, because here at work I have a PC, not a mac).

I read on several forums that there is apparently a common problem of loosing the sound track when burning an imovie to DVD (also, frankly, the process was NOT very intuitive). I figured the option in imovie that says "send to iDVD" would, you know, send the project to iDVD. but no. had to send to media browser. how is that logical? I thought mac was supposed to be so well integrated and intuitive to use! I'm more than a bit frustrated.
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