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Works very well, though!
Authored by: scgf on Feb 10, '03 04:15:34PM

Yeah, I read about this method of getting a movie from the new iMovie to the old iDVD. I tried it, and for the first time I made a DVD which wasn\'t jerky. Previously all my DVDs showed jerkiness where there was movement, particularly noticeable in scenes involving panning.

I too have ordered iLife and hope that the resulting DVDs will be as smooth! Apparently exporting is not necessary. Fingers crossed!



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Sorry, still didn't work for me.
Authored by: bvw on Feb 11, '03 01:43:26PM

I just downloaded and installed imovie 3 this past week for a project due Sunday. I found out when I tried to export to idvd that you need idvd 3 to do this. I tried several work arounds, to no avail. I even tried exporting to quicktime - best quality, but the audio still breaks up throughout the project. It only runs 2 minutes - not complicated (music bed with video, titles and transitions with a few sound effects thrown in). If I copy the quicktime file in the project folder, it will play fine in the quicktime player. But as soon as I load it in idvd 2, the audio problems return. I've ordered ilife, but I'm told it probably won't fix the problem.



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