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Movies and Video For people making movies and editing video with their Mac.

How do I get file from iMovie onto a DVD without iDVD?


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I have a new iMac - made nice video with iMovie, now I am struggling to get it onto a DVD. I don't have idvd - those wonderful people at the help desk told me that it is no longer part of the mac issue, "you need a third party software - search the web."

Can anyone please tell me how I get the finished product into a DVD in DVD format?

Thank you.

Andy
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Burn is a free one:
Burn - Home

These two will cost you:
DVD Creator for Mac ?Burn any format video to DVDs | iSkysoft

Roxio Toast 11 Titanium - CD & DVD Burning for Mac
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