Discussion in 'Mac & OS X' started by ibby1001, Apr 22, 2012.
Not for the whole thing, no, only in the menu screen
Oh ok. Don't use it much myself. Thanks.
I use it to burn my "legally" downloaded movies to sometimes. It's alright, but not too great.
Hows the quality? I don't ever have a need to burn videos unless it's for school. I have been thinking of taking my Blu-ray only disks and putting it on DVD for my mom to watch in her room since she does't have a blu-ray player. Blu-ray to DVD obviously wouldn't have the best quality, but it doesn't matter cause her tv is 720p anyway.
Blu-ray movies are rather large and wouldn't fit on a DVD. Hence why they are blu-ray.
I do think iDVD is the best choice. Also, Burn may be the best free choice.
The quality is the same as any other DVD, it's obviously not going to be blu ray quality
Yea I know just wanted to see if it maybe killed quality.
Well last night I ripped and compressed Thor Blu-ray into 3.xxGB so it would fit on DVD. I think maybe if the movie was originally like 40GB then yea but I think most should work.
I think i used burn
and i allowed it to convert the video file and then chose DVD-Video .
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