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.
so a while ago my friend sent me a link to a video of her playing a piece on the piano that she composed and I downloaded it off youtube and uploaded it to Itunes to listen to as part of my soundtracks. It all worked fine for a while but now if I want to listen to the video it will not automatically play when I just play the entire library or when i just play a playlist with it in the homemade video does not play as part of the list, video's from itunes do but simply not this one.
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.
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
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!
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 am trying to burn a 2GB Quicktime movie to a DVD-R using Toast 8. The file goes through the encoding process then gets stuck on 0% the "preparing" stage. Has anyone had this happen and how did you fix it.
Every time I try to export a movie in iMovie or burn a disk in iDVD an error message pops up and says that my startup disk is full. So I bought an external hard drive and backed up my mac using Time Machine. Now I want to delete everything off my mac's internal Hard Drive and use my external hard drive so I can empty my disk. Does this make sense? If so will you please tell me how to do so.
I have the wireless N airport base station (not the dual band) and I also have an old airport express (B/G only). Is there any way I can set up my home wireless network so that the express handles all of the B/G traffic and the base stations handles all of the N traffic (thus not slowing down my N stuff with the G stuff). If this is possible, would somebody be able to provide idiot proof, step by step instructions for me.
My daughter's camp musical was burned to DVD and I want to rip it to my iMac. It is NOT copyright protected. I tried to make a disk image with disk utility but I must have used it incorrectly because I can't figure out how to play it.
I bought some video and audio from itunes and would like to put them to my portable player,but I am failure, whether they have protection or format require?---- how can I convert or transfer those files?
I was just wondering if there was some way I could burn my iTunes videos onto a DVD so I can watch them on my TV? These are movies that I purchased from iTunes. I am running OS X 10.62. Any software that can burn DVD's?