|Sep 8, 2014, 09:30 PM||#1|
I have a late 2013 iMac running the latest version of Mavericks
I believe i successfully installed iDVD from an iLife '11 disk and updated it to 7.1.2 from apples support site
I able to start Magic dvd (as I just want to put a copy of a movie on dvd for a friend)
When I try to choose a different quality to make it fit on a single layer dvd. It starts making menus but fails at conversion.
I checked console and all I saw was that the thread was burning cpu. While I have some understanding of what that means. Is that very bad?
Any suggestions on how to get iDVD to work ?
I guess I can try a dl dvd
|Sep 9, 2014, 09:49 AM||#2|
Neither a borrower nor a lender be
For loan oft loses both itself and friend
William Shakespeare from Hamlet
|Sep 9, 2014, 09:52 AM||#3|
actually idvd isn't even getting to the burning stage. it seems to be failing when trying to convert the actual video file to a different quality (to try and make it fit on a single layer dvd)
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