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    Turning iMovie m4v files into playable DVDs
    I'm an UBER-beginner on this whole video I just had a few questions i was hoping someone could answer

    What format do video files need to be in to be burned onto a dvd and played in a standard DVD player? and should i be using the HandBrake program for that conversion?

    My end goal is to take a movie file taken in iMovie (which i believe goes directly to m4v files right?) and to burn this file onto a dvd that will play in any dvd player

    I'm starting out small! haha

    Any help would be GREATLY appreciated, as I'm somewhat lost...

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    Once you have editted your movie. Then save it as a quicktime mov file. Then import it to iDVD to create and burn the final DVD product.
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