Currently Being ModeratedMar 20, 2012 12:35 AM (in response to venzlnchika)
,mp4 is no Format - It is a Container as .avi, .mov, .wmv etc and can hold Video-Codecs that iDVD can use and some that it can not.
Open the .mp4 movie with QuickTime-Player
Open Inspector (cmd-I)
Read - Video format/Codec: nnnnnnnnn
What does it read ?
Yours Bengt W
Currently Being ModeratedMar 20, 2012 10:10 AM (in response to venzlnchika)
Yes and this is a very alient format - so open it in QuickTime Pro and/or MPEG Streamclip and convert it to streamingDV .dv or to AIC.
iMovie and iDVD will accept this OK
Yours Bengt W
Currently Being ModeratedNov 22, 2012 9:13 PM (in response to venzlnchika)
With it, you can convert video to the best format for burning to iDVD on Mac OS X. iDVD only supports video or image files supported by QuickTime. You can use the tool to convert video to QuickTime MOV file.
For best results, in the QuickTime export settings of your video editing application, choose NTSC-DV with a frame rate of 29.97 or PAL-DV with a frame rate of 25. Choose No Compression for audio, and set the sample rate to 48 kilohertz.
1. You can drag a QuickTime movie file to the audio well in the Menu Info window or in the slideshow editor. iDVD uses the first audio track in the file as a soundtrack for the menu that is open or for the slideshow and ignores the video. For more information, see Related Topics below.
2. If you share an iMovie HD project as a QuickTime movie using the Full Quality option, iMovie HD doesn’t include chapter markers in the QuickTime movie.