burn my project's on a cd (in 10 secs)

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  1. boness19 macrumors member

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    i been working on this big project and i need to burn them on a cd but how can do that

    my teacher said to me i want you to put all your project on cd i need aleats 5 cd

    school is almost over and i am been working hard and writing alot of papers and stuff

    and my biggest one is i made a project on a imovie and it like 30 mins

    if it not a cd then i will fail my class this project is the biggest thing ever and it will save my life to pass it i got to finish this asap

    what is the name of the program
     
  2. GimmeSlack12 macrumors 603

    GimmeSlack12

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    in the Finder, go to the File Menu and select new Burn Folder.
    Place your project files in that folder.
    Insert a blank CD and open the Burn folder and hit the burn button in the top right of the window.

    That help?
     
  3. mrkramer macrumors 603

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    for the movie I would suggest using iDVD, and burn it to a DVD. for any other files use the finder to create a burn folder and put them in there and burn it.
     
  4. boness19 thread starter macrumors member

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    i did both ways

    i create new burn folder and it still will not work

    papers and music and images and projects nothing

    at all

    it said this word to me



    you will need a disc with a capacity of at least 1.3mb

    what eaither is one music is said the same to me


    i bought a pack of blank cds

    black cd

    name: mermorex

    burn: music, games, data

    40x

    700mb

    80 min

    what is happen nothing is burning for me

    burn a game to a cd and it only 400mb

    i try every thing nothing
     
  5. Scarlet Fever macrumors 68040

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    first, a comment; try looking for solutions yourself. There was a booklet which came with your iMac, and there must be a part about how to burn a CD. There are pages on the Apple site as well.

    Now, the helpful stuff.
    1. Put a blank CD into the drive. It should ask you what you want to do with it. Make sure it says Open With Finder, and click OK.
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    2. It should come up as an icon on your desktop as Untitled CD. To rename it, single-click it so it is highlighted, and press Enter or Return. You can now change the name of it. For now, lets make it Project CD. When you have finished typing, press Enter or Return again to stop editing the name of it.
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    3. To add a file to it, just drag the file onto the disk icon. For the example, I put a file called Picture 1.jpg
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    4. When you double-click the CD icon, the window should look something like this.
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    5. When you are ready to burn the CD, press the Burn button in the top right of that window. It will come up with the window below. If everything is good, click Burn to burn the CD.
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    6. It should open up this window. When it finishes verifying, the burn is complete.
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  6. CanadaRAM macrumors G5

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    A conventional blank CD has a maximum capacity of 650 Mb

    You need to divide your data files into groups of 650 Mb or less to fit on a CD and then burn each group separately to a different CD.

    Going to the Apple.com/support/ site and Searching for Burn a CD also gets you instructions

    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.4/en/mh854.html
    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303599
    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.4/en/mh2154.html



    Stop panicking and think -- this is not too complex to master.
     
  7. boness19 thread starter macrumors member

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    thank you so much you and now i can save all my projects on a cd now
     
  8. nooral1 macrumors newbie

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    that a great question

    i always what to know how to burn video and make it a dvd not vcd
     

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