1888 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Apr 27, 2009 8:31 PM by jack smackass
a. How much free space on the internal boot hard disk ?
I set for a minimum of 25Gb when ready to burn.
(Other hard disks of no intrest)
b. Trash the iDVD pref file and have a new try
named . com.apple.iDVD.plist
• Stop iDVD
• Search it (.plist file) and move it to desktop
• then start iDVD again (has to not be running during pref file move)
Yours Bengt W
• Delete iDVD pref file - *or rather start a new user/account* - log into this and re-try
*iDVD pref file resides.* Mac Hard Disk (start-up HD)/Users/"Your account"/Library/Preferences and is named.
While iDVD is NOT RUNNING - move this file out to desk-top.
Now restart iDVD.
But still easiest and most effective is to go to Apple menu and down to
Here select Accounts and create a new one.
Log into this and give iDVD a new try
Yours Bengt W
i had a similar problem, it turned out the issue was the format of the video that i was using (mainly the sound quality). you might want to try to run the video/audio through IMOVIE. go to SHARE, go to EXPORT USING QUICKTIME, go to EXPORT, then choose the best setting for the IDVD that you our making (most liking quicktime), then replace the old video's with the new one's from IMOVIE and it should work, it might take awhile (1 hour-1.5 hour) altogether. but the final product is awesome. my family and friends swear i had the video's professionally done.