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How do you save a "project" on regular size dvd?

I recorded footage, imported the 66 chapters into my laptop, created a "Project" and moved the chapters onto the storyboard/timeline and did all my editing and added transitions, now I cant burn this "Project" to dvd!!! How do you do it? The only way I can get to my project is to click on "Edit dvd" and then the storyboard etc pops up again, but there is no "Write" tab. Just a "Save" tab. When I click the save tab, the window closes and shuts the program down. PLEASE help as this is a wedding video and they are bugging me for it!!

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You need to have DVD burning software. There are many out there, each with their own pros and cons. I use MyDVD 10 Premier from Sonic. It's and easy program that lets you create movies with all the bells & whistles then burn your movie easily to DVD. No matter what software you choose, you need good DVD burning software to get what you want. Hope that helps. Let me know if you need anymore help. Feel free to rate my answer if your satisfied and thanks for coming to FixYa.
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