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The London Filmmakers Network | Message Board › Burning short film files I've received to dvd with iDVD on Mac

Burning short film files I've received to dvd with iDVD on Mac

tom w.
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London, GB
Post #: 7
Hi Everyone

I need some info about burning film files to dvds on iDVD on Mac.

I've been trying to IMPORT files I've received from the VIMEO links but iDVD isn't recognizing the .webarchive domain. I've tried changing the domain to .avi but no luck.

My mate who usually does this while I'm organising things has been called out of town and I'm kinda stuck with this. If I can just rip the file onto iDVD, burning it is no problem.

If you or anyone out there knows how to get past this first step, I can get this done.

Thanks loads mates!


Producer, Shortfilm at the Troubadour

A former member
Post #: 2
Hey Tom,

I'm no expert but this sounds like you need to convert from your Vimeo format to .avi. I am using Any Video Converter Lite which is free software. It converts from online video links and from video files on your Mac.

Hope this helps

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