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  1. Hello, I just purchased Roxio's Easy VHS to DVD for MAC with the hopes of transferring homemade VHS tapes into DVDs. So far, I have successfully copied the VHS tape onto my Macbook Pro computer and have the files saved on my computer as .mov files. Unfortunately, I am having difficulties burning these .mov files onto DVDs. My questions are as follows: 1) The "Easy VHS to DVD for MAC" seems a little deceiving, in that after browsing the forums a bit, it doesn't seem as if the software comes with direct DVD burning capability. Is it necessary to purchase another DVD burning program (such as Toast?) or is there a way to do this for free? (I had thought Toast was included in my original purchase, but I guess not…) 2) I plan on burning onto standard DVD + R (Memorex and/or Sony) DVDs with the standard 4.7 GB & 120 min. The .mov files that I now have saved from the original VHS tapes onto my Macbook Pro computer are rather large in size (2 hours of film, yet ~10 GB after using Roxio's product). Why so large? Will this be a problem when it comes to fitting the film on the standard sized DVD? Thank you in advance for any and all help - I really appreciate it!
  2. CharlieTreble

    Osstatus Error-49 ?

    I am slightly frustrated. After SEVERAL tries to copy 31 minutes of a VHS family home movie to convert to DVD, I get an error message OSStatus Error-49. I have wasted several hours trying. I have over 30 gigs of available space on my macbook pro. I have already converted several other shorter VHS segments to DVD on my macbook pro. I do not recall ever seeing a limit to the file size. What am I dong wrong?
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