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I have bought macbook pro and I want to write my own movie files to dvd.
could you recommend me an appropriate program that I can write my .mpg files.
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You will want to use iMovie to create them, and iDVD to write them to DVD. Both come with new Mac machines.

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It would seem that new Macs don't come with iDVD anymore.

This equivalent is free:
Burn - Home

You'll have to pay for these two:
DVD Creator for Mac ?Burn any format video to DVDs | iSkysoft

Roxio Toast 11 Titanium - CD & DVD Burning for Mac
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Of the suggestions mentioned, only Toast offers any kind of menu options.

I personally would stay well away from iSkySoft (aka chinese spammers).
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