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to compress your video and burn it to disc, so schedule the whole thing for a time (a long time) when you won't be needing your Mac. Go get a coffee, found a new spiritual movement, or do something else that will occupy you as the tectonic plates move on inextricably and California continues its long, slow slide into Alaska. Tip: For best results, make sure that no background programs are busy--rendering iMovie effects, download- ing e-mail, playing iTunes music--while you're capturing directly to iDVD. A busy computer may introduce video glitches (like dropped frames) in the video capture. OneStep DVDs Overriding OneStep You don't have to live with OneStep's super-simple, super-limited way of doing things. If you're clever, you can work around some of its limitations. Figure 15-22: Top: If, at any time during the camcorder-capturing process, you think you've messed up, you've inserted the wrong tape, or you just don't want to continue recording to disc,