DVD Burning,

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  1. mikel108

    mikel108 Registered Member

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    OK you Burning gurus, here the question. My sister-in-law wants to be able to do some video editing and burning. It has to be Quicktime compatible.

    Her quotes :

    "about finding a program to buy that I can burn DVD's and do video/picture editing with"

    "it has to be quicktime compatible though"

    "my camera takes video in quicktime and things like Microsoft Movie Maker 2 will not run it"

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    What programs would you suggest.

    Thanks as always
     
  2. bigbuck

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    Quicktime Pro maybe? Not sure about the DVD burning though...
     
  3. iceni60

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    you can edit in a format which works for Microsoft Movie Maker 2 then convert it to quicktime format. Videora will do it. it might need the .Net framework though. there's lots of other converters around.

    http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/
     
  4. WSFuser

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    im not sure about quicktime support but nero can autoamtically convert ur video and burn to cd or dvd.
     
  5. mikel108

    mikel108 Registered Member

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    Thanks,
    I am going to email her this thread right now. I originally thought Nero, as I have the express version and like it (although I am really inexperienced with burning as I use Data Stick mostly). But, I see that Quicktime pro is only $29, if it allows her to burn seee might want to use that.
     
  6. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    I would agree that nero would probably be the best bet.;)
     
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