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how to burn movies?


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if i would like to burn an existing movies exist in my extrenal hard disk,should i use either iDVD or iMovies??i tried using both of i cant drag those movies from external hard disk..

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What formatt are the movies in? MPEG, AVI, MOV, MP4..?

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real player and avi..

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Burn

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if i would like to burn an existing movies exist in my extrenal hard disk,should i use either iDVD or iMovies??i tried using both of i cant drag those movies from external hard disk..
I'm assuming you don't have toast? If you do you can just drop the AVI file into toast and burn it.

If not you can download FFMPEGX at this site:
http://homepage.mac.com/major4/

Then you convert the AVI to a DVD mpeg2enc or DVD ffmpeg then with:
DVD Imager - http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/19456

create a .IMG file to burn in disk utility.
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oh..i have toast..never used it before..thanks anyway

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