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m4v files

Oct 19, 2011
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i need help with video burning. i took some videos off my video camera and the file is a m4v file. i would like to burn it to a dvd. im using toast titanium 10
when i try to open it says its not supported. how can i convert it to something that toast use's


I'm astonished to hear that Toast will not support M4V files. You will want to check with Roxio support about this, but of course they're also going to suggest that you upgrade to Toast 11. :)

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