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iTunes to dvd

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No. For that you'll need either Popcorn 3 or Toast. You need an application that can encode those videos to MPEG 2 format and author a VIDEO_TS folder, which Popcorn 3 and Toast do well.

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Will Crunch allow me to burn my movies saved in iTunes to a DVD?

I have Toast 8, and it will not recognize iTunes (meg4) formay.

 

I have Toast 8, and it will not recognize iTunes (meg4) format.

 

What is the difference between Popcorn and Crunch?

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I have Toast 8, and it will not recognize iTunes (meg4) formay.

If those are iTunes Store downloads I expect those are copy protected.

 

If they aren't, try this.

 

In Toast 8 choose DVD video as the format in the Video window. Choose Audio with the top button of the Media Browser. This accesses your iTunes library. Use the second button to access the playlist where your videos are located (probably either TV Shows or Movies). Find the titles you want to burn to DVD and either drag to the Video window or click the + button. They should appear in the Video window.

 

Let me know if this works for you.

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If those are iTunes Store downloads I expect those are copy protected.

 

If they aren't, try this.

 

In Toast 8 choose DVD video as the format in the Video window. Choose Audio with the top button of the Media Browser. This accesses your iTunes library. Use the second button to access the playlist where your videos are located (probably either TV Shows or Movies). Find the titles you want to burn to DVD and either drag to the Video window or click the + button. They should appear in the Video window.

 

Let me know if this works for you.

No. The message I get is"National Treasure.m4v is an unsupported format and will not import"

I just want to burn a disc so I can watch it on a tv( via dvd player).

Thanks though for the suggestion.

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