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    Burning DVD's

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    Burning DVD's
    Got my iMac G5 1.8 in Jan. Love it and all the helpful tips from everybody. My question, How can I a durn a dvd I made without going through all the production of iDVD. I made the movie in iMovie and also have it in Quicktime. Is there a simple way?

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    jessica
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    Check out Toast, maybe that will be useful. I'm not sure if that is just for making backups of DVDs though.

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    Burning DVD's

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    I might be wrong...but if you don't want to go through a big hassle editing a disc for production...then can't you just use the One Step DVD feature to just burn your video straight to the disc in iDVD?

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    Burning DVD's

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    Thanks for the replys. I really dont want to spend any more money on toast and I have been looking for the easy burn on iDVD but havent been able to find it.

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    markceltic
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    This one step DVD is in iLife '05.

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    Burning DVD's

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    Quote Originally Posted by brkpsu
    Thanks for the replys. I really dont want to spend any more money on toast and I have been looking for the easy burn on iDVD but havent been able to find it.
    This is only on iDVD5
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    Burning DVD's

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    Thanks. I guess I now have a reason to upgrade.

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