Creating a OneStep DVD


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Creating a OneStep DVD

Now let's take a look at the OneStep DVD feature of iDVD. This is a feature that's used for a very specific purpose in iDVD, mainly to burn the DVD directly from footage on a DV tape in your DV camera. With OneStep DVD, you can completely bypass the process of creating a new project, choosing a theme, customizing menus or any of that stuff. OneStep DVD lives up to its name because you simply connect your camera to your Mac and Click OneStep DVD. One important note before I begin, OneStep DVD will only work with non-HD footage shot on tape based cameras connected to your Mac by a FireWire. If you have a newer hard drive or a disc-based high-definition camera, you won't be able to use OneStep DVD directly from your camera. But I'll show you a way to use a slightly different OneStep feature at the end of this movie.

So to use OneStep DVD with your DV camera, you connect it to your Mac by a FireWire cable. And once you do so, iDVD prompts you to insert a blank DVD and then ...

Creating a OneStep DVD
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Creating a OneStep DVD provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iDVD '09 Essential Training

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