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iDVD: The Power of a Movie Production House in Your Mac 160 Figure 5.22. Check your project out to make sure it has all the files it needs. 2. Scroll down the window and make sure that every file has a checkmark in the Status column. If it doesn't, you need to fix that file before you create the DVD. For example, if you have moved a movie file since you placed it on the DVD, iDVD won't be able to find it, and you will have to replace it on the appropriate menu. Burning a DVD Your DVD is all done, and you have checked it carefully by previewing it. You are now ready to click the Burn button and create your disc, right? Not necessarily. Remember that you can write to a DVD-R disc only once. After you burn a disc, you can't change it--if something is wrong, the disc you burned becomes a somewhat expensive coaster. Before clicking the Burn button, leave your project for a while and go do something else. After some time has passed, come back to the project