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Old Sep 27, 2007, 10:39 AM   #1
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Burning a video podcast

Not sure i'm doing this right and a search of the forum didn't find it.

I have downloaded a video podcast to iTunes (for Windows), i placed it in a playlist and then burned it to a CD. When I play the CD all I get is the audio.

Any help would be appreciated!
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It sounds like iTunes stripped the audio only and burned that instead. What is your end goal?
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Go to iTunes/prefs/advanced/burning

Look at what Disc Format you have choosen. Choose Data CD/DVD for and video burning you want to do. You will have to change the selection when you want to burn an audio cd later on.

I don't know if it is set up slightly differently in Windows. Sorry
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Old Sep 27, 2007, 11:19 AM   #4
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I want to send a copy of the podcast to a friend. The file contains video, audio, and PowerPoint stills. The whole thing is 127MBs.

I'm not finding the disc format....is it under preferences....NEVER MIND i found it duh
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iTunes -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Burning
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That did it!

So since this is "data", will realplayer and/or mediaplayer play it or will it only play back in QT?

And by the way - thanks for the help!
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That did it!

So since this is "data", will realplayer and/or mediaplayer play it or will it only play back in QT?

And by the way - thanks for the help!
It depends on what format and codec are used.
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