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problem with DVD made in iDVD


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I just created a DVD with a slideshow embedded and a movie slideshow that was an MPEG4. The movie was originally an AVI, but i converted it to MPEG4 since iDVD doesn't support AVI for some reason. SO i burned it to a disc, tested it, and noticed some things i did not like at all. I used the Revolution theme in iLife 08. Um, when i popped it into my drive, the intro movie worked well, then it went into the menu. Now the menu's background, the background's gradient seemed choppy. Next i clicked on the movie, the menu faded out, and 2 light gray bars appeared on opposite sides of the screen, then disappeared. Then the movie started to play, and i noticed a green bar at the bottom of the screen as the entire thing played. Now i tried this on my Mac, as well as my PC, both with the same result. What's going on?

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Doesn't anyone have any input on this?

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I wanna know how to Copy a DVD to my Mac....

I have some homemade videos I want to duplicate and add credits
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I wanna know how to Copy a DVD to my Mac....

I have some homemade videos I want to duplicate and add credits
use handbrake
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Ok, that has nothing to do with my topic here.

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