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I'm having problems burning with iDVD..
Basically, I am trying to burn some Quicktime AVI files - approx 600mb in size. When I preview everything is fine, then when I click burn it says something like 'File too big in size.. use System Preferences' or something like that - you'll know the message!
So, It goes into 'encoding' for about 2 hours, then eventually says 'encoding complete'.
So I close that window and then try to burn on iDVD, but the initial '..system preferences' message appears?!?!??
What I need to know is; do I need to locate the 'encoded' file, and if so where would it be? I have watched the tutorial online and it says as soon as encoding is complete, close the window and click burn on iDVD! But, this is not working for me!
I'm fairly knew to Macs you see! Could I also ask, is there 'free' software in which I can convert my QUicktime AVI files to MPEG2 (if that's the correct format iDVD burns at??) and then drag the converted files straight into iDVD?
Any help or suggestions greatly appreciated!
Many thanks, look forward to hearing from you!