|Jul 28, 2010, 01:29 PM||#1|
Copying video from USB drive to DVD on IMAC
I have a six-minute video on a 8gb usb drive that I want to copy onto a DVD. Can I do this using IDVD?
Please help me understand how to do this, bearing in mind I am NOT computer savvy.
But I am willing to learn.
I appreciate any help you can provide.
|Jul 28, 2010, 03:23 PM||#6|
After the copying process has finished, open the .mov file with QuickTime Player (7.x or X if you have Snow Leopard), see if it plays. If it does, press CMD+I to open the Movie Inspector window and make a screen shot and attach the image to your next reply.
from How to Check Video Information by Movie Inspector in QuickTime
Taking screenshots in Mac OS X.
Btw, you can edit your posts via the button, or multi-quote posts via the button, as sequential posts are "against" the rules.
6. Sequential posts.
Combine your comments into one post rather than making many consecutive posts to a thread within a short period of time.
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