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Hi guys,

I'm currently in the processing of burning an AVI file to DVD using iDVD on my iBook. I have come across a problem though, the movie is too big to fit on a DVD.

I was wondering if anyone knew of any free programs that I can download and use to either cut the end credits off or compress the video slightly?

I've tried using iMovie but I can't import the movie because it says there is not enough disk space!

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If there's not enough disk space for iMovie to manage it, then I doubt you'll find a way of doing it with anything else. If you free up some space and use iMovie's crop functionality, then encode with slightly higher compression, you should be OK.
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Offload it onto your iPod and edit it from there...
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If you plan to do more video editting, get an external firewire disk drive. You will reduce the wear and tear on the system drive.

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