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iDVD on a PC?



I have a new iBook with Final Cut Express 2...but I also have a PC with a DVD burner in it. Could there be a way (and if not, could someone with experience look into this) that the "saved" sessions on the new iDVD 4 be opened or burned (like an ISO image or something) on my PC dvd burner?

I love final cut express and iDVD but I don't have the money to get a mac with a super-drive in it right now and was hoping there might be a hack for my problem.

Just something to think about.
Dec 30, 2002
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Sunny So Cal
Your Mac's Specs
you could buy a superdrive for your mac. ive seen 2x ones go for less than $150


i really don't have the money right now....but even if i did can i just get a drive and add it to my ibook can i?

but that is besides the point...i was wondering if there was a hack or someone has even thought about this.

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