I have a .wmv movie I would like to burn to a DVD to play on a standard DVD player connected to my TV (not just on my computer). I have several pieces of software that can convert the .wmv file to another format, but don't know which format I should convert it to.
I am using OSX 10.9.4 late 2013; 2.7GHZ; 8GB memory.
I download from my Sony Handycam HRD-XR150 movie clips and pictures to build DVD présentation. What do I need to make movies that can be played on any DVD or blue ray DVD players? What format have they have to be converted into?
I just recently got my mac. Its been s struggle but I love it! Few problems though. Firstly, how do I put movies from my computer onto a dvd? Make up a dvd that can play in a dvd player. Its a blu ray player, im not sure if that makes a diff, think I just have to check what types of files it plays and change them accordingly. So how do i burn a movie onto a dvd?
Other question, Im having a problem with my wireless internet. My macbook works fine everywhere else and nobody else i live with have any problems. Just my computer in my house. The internets REALLY slow. I rang NTL and they said its your computer, so rang apple and they did some tests and said its your network so I rang NTL again and they gave me a number for netgear, the people who make the router. They were NO help, you can't call them from a mobile phone and I dont have a housephone. Is there anything I can do?
can anyone tell me if you can rip an original dvd using handbrake and then burn to a dvd to play on a dvd player, if so what would be the corrrect way to do this, as i have only used a video ts folder and handbrake does not seem to offer this option. i have tried to convert using mtr 13m and fairmount to dvd2one but the resulting files do not burn in toast or just crashes. I am trying to backup: open season and bee movie
I want to backup a few of my rare DVDs that I have. I used RipIt to rip the DVD and now I have a folder with VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS in it. What freeware can I use to burn these to a DVDR so that it plays in any DVD player? I tried DVDRemaster too and I'm having the same issue. The file size is small enough to fit on a single layer DVDR.
I've made a slideshow (about 24 mins) in iMovie and 'shared' it onto my desktop. I've tried to burn it to dvd (+R) lots of different ways but all failed. I have iDVD on my MAC and am using Mavericks. I'm putting it down to 'pilot error' or possibly my age!
Info: iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), OS X Mavericks (10.9.4), iDVD pre-installed
can anyone tell me what i may be doing wrong? i am trying to create a movie using video clips from my camera. when i download my movies to iphoto, they work great. when i drag them to imovie, they play but i do not get any sound. the 3 little check marks are there but still no sound!
Since doing a clean install of Lion onto my system, I have not been able to play music cd's bought from the high street. My system keep ejecting them after about 20 seconds. Movie DVD's play straight away.
I have a movie that I need to burn on to a dvd. When I tried to do it and tried to play it in a dvd player, the player says "no data." But when I put it in my mac I can see the movie. Even in a PC I can see the movie. What do I need to do in order to create a dvd that can be played on a dvd player?
I have just recently upgraded from PC to imac. I have different format movies I would like to convert to the .avi format so that I may burn a DVD and play on my large screen using my DVD player. What program can convert most formats to .avi? A free program would be a bonus, but not a pre-requirement.
How do I burn a DVD of. Movie I made? I have purchased iMovie. Do NOT have iDVD, cannot figure out how to get iDVD, am using Snow Leopard. Do I use iTunes? Does iMovie have the capability somewhere? I know my MacBook has the capability to burn.
I have downloaded a movie which came as a DVD player media document. I can view it on the Mac but don't understand how to burn it onto a disk to play on my DVD player. The apps I have don't recorgnize it. First time I have encountered this so sorry if it is a very basic question.
I've searched and I still cannot find a free program that will let me burn a movie to a DVD. I used handbrake to bring the video file down to 4.5 GB. I'm trying to put it on a 4.7 GB disc and iDVD still won't let me because it says it is too big! I've been tinkering with iDVD and it's making me crazy. There must be a way to just burn it. I don't need a menu. Keep in mind that I want to be able to watch it on a dvd player (as opposed to just transferring the file). Just an FYI, the video file is 3 hours and 28 mins. It can be .mkv or .mp4 (through handbrake).
When using Final Cut Pro X (iMac mid 2011 model-version 10.1.3) to burn 1 hour movie onto DVD, it seems to render but when computer says 'Sharing to DVD successful' and yet DVD is blank, what's my next move? Burning hardware is working as I burned a project using iMovie afterwards. I filmed a funeral service and family get together afterwards but can't share it with family and friends...
Info: iMac (27-inch Mid 2011), OS X Yosemite (10.10.1), 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5, 4 GB 1333MHz
This may be...a bit odd...A friend and I like to watch movies together alot. Phone isn't available. Im getting tired of useing IM with a minimized moviescreen. Is there an app ( cross platform would be nice ) that has a built in movie player that also has a built in IM client? is there an add on to Adium for this?
I cannot get my very recently purchased macbook pro to burn a home video to dvd OR connect to my dell 155w printer. I bought a macbook because it was so highly recomended. But I don't want to keep replacing things. I am so frustrated. I wanted a macbook because of its reputation. But I can't seem to figure out anything. I'm dissapointed and thinking I will just return it.
I recently upgraded to Snow Leopard and I have the latest Quicktime Player as well. QP used to have the controls below the video, but now they're over top of it.
I can move them around, but I can't seem to move them off of the video. This is highly irritating because it means I'm missing part of the video any time I use any of the controls, or if I just bump the mouse.
Am I the only one who's bother by this? Is there any way to change it or to revert to an older version while still using Snow Leopard.