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Be sure you're using the correct kind of blank DVD for your DVD burner. For example, don't attempt to burn 1x or 2x blanks at 4x speed. Recent Macs can burn either DVD-R or DVD+R blanks (note the minus and the plus, denoting two incompatible blank DVD formats), as well as their re-recordable, more expensive ­RW and +RW counterparts. 7.Wait. It takes iDVD quite awhile to process all of your audio, video, and photos, encoding them into the proper format for a DVD. Your wait time depends on how complex your project is and how fast your Mac is. Apple says that you should allow two or three minutes of processing per minute of video in your movie, but burning times vary signifcantly. After a while, or a bit more than a while, a freshly burned DVD automatically ejects from your SuperDrive. Note: After your new DVD pops out, a message says, "Your disc has been created. If you want to create another DVD, insert another disc now." Sure enough, if you want to spin out multiple copies of your project, you can insert another blank DVD right then, so that iDVD can record it while it's on a roll. Otherwise, click Done. Phase 5: Burning Your DVD