I want to put Quicktime movies on a DVD and have it playable in a commercial DVD player. I do not have a superdrive, but instead a third party firewire DVD-R burner. Since I cannot use iDVD2 without an Apple superdrive what is the best software to do this?<br><br>I know I can convert the QT movies to mpeg2 with Cleaner 6, but can I then just burn that to a DVD with Toast and have it play as a DVD? What other software (hopefully cheap) should I have/need here?<br><br>Any help in doing this would be appreciated.<br><br><br><br>
I know that you can save an iMovie/Quicktime file from Toast in Video CD format (using a CD, instead of a DVD) and it will be playable on DVD. Of course, the quality won't be quite as good, and you won't have as much space.<br><br>
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Yeah, I've done that before and it works pretty good. Quality isn't too bad, but when you're used to DVD quality and have the means to do it...<br><br>So, I think I can drop the mpeg2 streams into Toast on the DVD setting and burn to DVD, but I'd like to hear how other people are doing it first. CDs are cheap, DVDs are not quite so cheap.<br><br>
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