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Compiling DVD using Capty and iDVD

Feb 11, 2007
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My wife made a dvd using iDVD from pictures she took using our digi cam. She has them going to the next picture likes she wants them and she added music. We burned it to a disc and its beautiful. She wanted me to take a movie she recorded on our Sony HDD camcorder and burn it using Capty. I did and it is beautiful as well. She now wants to combine the two. Is that possible? I'm not finding out how to do it (sorry I'm new to mac, HDD camcorders, Capty, video compilation and everything else). I can get file formats if anyone needs more info.

FWIW I can add the pictures that we used for the 1st dvd to the new compilation but it doesnt have the music nor does it transition from picture to picture like how it does on the 1st dvd.

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