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Burning a DVD

Burning a DVD is easy for you to arrange, but it's a lot of work for a computer. The compression required and the encoding into the DVD format is what scientists call computationally complex, meaning it requires a lot of math. Your Mac's processor (G4 is good, G5 is better) and clock speed (the megahertz or gigahertz number that is bantered about) are the important elements. The faster the clock speed and larger the processor, the more quickly your DVD will burn.

Just like burning a CD in iTunes, all you really need to do is click the Burn button. It will open up to reveal the “real” Burn button, with a warning symbol.


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