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What are people using to burn DVDs on a firewire drive - assuming of course that iDVD is not supporting these drives?
 

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Without a Superdrive (I use a LaCie drive myself):

1) To make the DVD -

High-end: Final Cut Pro, export to MPEG2
Normal: iMovie, export to MPEG2

2) To assemble the DVD: DVD Studio Pro. Menus are made with Photoshop.

3) To burn the DVD: Toast Titanium (which I find a bit more reliable than the built-in drivers in DVD SP).

-SJ.
 

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At my old Junior High, we have a 48x24x24 LaCie drive, unfourtunatly we dont have DVD compatibility on the Drive, but once exported to .AVI or .MPEG 2, you can create VCD's or DVD's, if you have a compatible drive.

P.S. Its Toast Titanium 5.2 in OS X.2 that was used in this particular test.
 

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This what LaCie is promoting now.
http://lacie.com/products/product.htm?id=10064

CaptyDVD Authoring Software

Burn brilliant, professional-quality DVDs on a Mac

Create customized DVD with drag-and-drop ease
Chapter feature to jump to favorite scenes
Enhanced DVDs with photo slide show and music
Play back on a wide variety of DVD players
Mac OS 9.x or Mac OS X.x


LaCie Canada is the exclusive distributor of CaptyDVD DVD-Authoring software
for Mac. LaCie DVD-RW Combo drives for Mac will include CaptyDVD FREE!

LaCie changes this with the new CaptyDVD DVD-Authoring software for Mac - included FREE with LaCie DVD-RW Combo drives for Mac.

CaptyDVD software package will also be available for separate purchase from LaCie. CaptyDVD works on Apple G3 and G4 machines and is ready to run on MacOS X. The application is extremely simple to use, providing most requested features in creating video DVDs.
 
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