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I'm thrilled with my first Mac, a 17 inch superdrive. Made my first slide show using iDVD and enjoyed the 'Wow' factor it provided. I had to watch it on the computer as my DVD player was too old to read it. Well, I have replaced my DVD player, my new one reads just about everything, but, when I put the DVD I made in the player and watched it I noticed there is a split-second stop in the music when the picture changes.
Has anyone else had this same experience? I used a Sony DVD-R which plays perfect on my iMac. The DVD player is a RCA. Just wondered.
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