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Try burning an iso image file instead from the program, then you can use the built in mac software to burn that disk image file to a disc. Sometimes in video editing there is a problem with the process of compiling the video to a disk. Try a simple very short project with a dvd-rw (reusable) disc to see if it still gives the error.
Check to see if your discs are dirty. Clean them and try again. Also, check to see if you got heavy scratches on the discs. Also, click on the blue apple logo at the top of the screen, then click on about this mac,then click on more info. Under the hardware click on the disc burning title. Look at CD write and DVD write info to see what the burner will play. If no info is there, then your optical drive is disconnected from the logic board or your optical drive is toast. If your optical drive spits out every single disc, then that also means it needs to be replaced.
What software are you using to burn and what type of dvd are you trying to burn.(+), (-), or (RW).
Do you have a copy of NERO?
http://www.filehippo.com has NERO (I think) try a different then try a different disk.
Some where it even said to try defragging the hard drive...It wouldn't hurt.
Let me know what happens.
I don't think the burner is compatable with Mac.
Here is the site. Check your model here. I only found Windows compatable.
p.s. someone out there must have some hacked driver.