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imovie files into idvd movie library


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I want to use an iMovie file in the iDVD autoplay function. I can send my iMovie file to iDVD but it is not in iDVD movie library. The problem is that I can't place the iMovie file in iDVD autoplay. You seasoned vets know what I'm trying to say even though I'm not saying it well. Or, put differently, HELP! Jack
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i think you can import the quicktime file through the idvd menu to have it autoplay

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i think you can import the quicktime file through the idvd menu to have it autoplay
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Thanks for the response. Can you tell me a little more about "the Quicktime file"? How do you convert the imovie clip to QT? Thanks. Jack
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iMovie uses quicktime in the editting process. If you have finished editting your movie, all you need to do is import it into iDVD. Once you have don, that you should be able to select the autplay mode. I will have to look that up and get back to you.

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iMovie uses quicktime in the editting process. If you have finished editting your movie, all you need to do is import it into iDVD. Once you have don, that you should be able to select the autplay mode. I will have to look that up and get back to you.
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Yah, importing iMovie file into iDVD adds the iMovie clip to the map area and you can play it from iDVD's menu but it is unavailable for inserting into autoplay. I'll continue looking too. Any comments regarding this greatly appreciated!!!
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