Burning BMW-Films

Phood

macrumors newbie
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Oct 15, 2002
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When you download a BMW-Film from BMW's website, it comes as a .mov file but a special player is used to play them. I want to burn these on to a DVD, but it won't let me. Is there anyway to get rid of this special player? I have tried importing it into iMovie and also Premiere, but neither work.
Thanks.
 

saabmp3

macrumors 6502a
Jul 22, 2002
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Tacoma, WA
You can actually use Quicktime to play the movies. I have alot of the BMW films on CD and I just use Quicktime to play them. The BMW film player is basically a glorified Quicktime skin I think.

BEN
 

Phood

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Oct 15, 2002
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Yeah, but still, iDVD doesn't let you import it and Quicktime Pro won't let you save it.
 

Phood

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Oct 15, 2002
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How do I do that? If I open it up in Quicktime Pro and try to export it, before I even get any options a window opens up that says that it does not allow saving...