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Rendering, Finalize In Imovie, Convert In Titanium 11, Duplication



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It's not a duplication. The first applies all your transitions, audio tracks, titles and anything else you did to customize the video. The second encodes it to the required format for either DVD video or Blu-ray video. If you just want to play the video on your own TV you may be able to avoid having Toast make the video disc as there are other ways to play home videos on many HDTVs any more.


Here's how Toast Help describes adding an iMovie project to Toast:


To add an iMovie project, first save your project in iMovie. Next, select

Share >Media Browser and ensure that the Large size is selected [or HD 720p or HD 1080p if for Blu-ray].

After clicking Publish, your project will be available under Movies in

the Media Browser.

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Thank you very much for clarifying this issue. I spent many hours searching for an answer at Roxio and iMovie, but to no avail. As a PC and Apple user for 30 years, I fail to understand why Apple, Microsoft and software producers continue to think their equipment and programs are intuitive, which means that users must spend needless hours employing "trial and error."

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