9 Replies Latest reply: Feb 20, 2013 12:32 PM by J Keller
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I recorded a screen capture of a seminar for class, it is six hours and ten minutes long.  I want to burn it to a DVD but anytime I try to transfer the .mov file into any program (premiere pro, iDVD, iMovie, Popcorn, VLC, wondercast, etc.) it says it's not supported or comes up blank.  I downloaded Quicktime 7 to try and save it differently but the file won't even open in quicktime 7.  I don't know how to compress the file or change it or anything, been trying to do research on google for hours and have had no luck.  I have these seminars every week and want to be able to record them and keep them for studying and plus I don't want to keep the large files on my desktop.  Does anyone have a suggestion on how to do this or a better way to record a streaming video of that length to then transfer to DVD?  Any help would be most appreciated!!