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Old 11-27-2004, 07:22 AM   #1
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iMovie (Mac) to k3b (x86)?


I wish to burn the projects I do using iMovie (in my iBook/OS-X) using my linux box (e.g. using k3b). Has anyone experimented taking this route? Is there a particular format I should look for when exporting from iMovie so that DVD quality is retained?

Why do this and not use iDVD? Because, my iBook does not have a DVD burner and I can only afford to buy one USB-2 enclosure (which will house my 80G drive that is used as the scratch drive in iMovie). So my path forward might be to purchase in internal DVD burner for my linux box (again, saving some $$$ here) and use it for DVD burning.

Any pointers will be much appreciated.



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