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I would choose the Send to QuickTime Player at the end of the recording so it is converted to a format that is easily played on computers. Otherwise you can play the recorded MPEG 2 video in QuickTime if you have Apple's QuickTime MPEG 2 Playback Component installed ($20 from the Apple store). You may not need that component to play it with VLC Media Player but I'm not certain of that.


The bundled copy of Toast can make a disc image file on your hard drive of the DVD so you don't have to actually burn a disc. Mounting the image file launches DVD Player for viewing the video.


You can't watch a full-size version of the video while it is recording.

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