[QUOTE=Albert;2670750]Actually, iMovie is separate from OS X, though iMovie and the other iLife applications do come standard with most Mac machines by default. If not, it can be purchased Nd downloaded on the Mac App Store if you’re using a supported version of OS X, or old versions can be purchased on disc on Amazon and other sites.
As for using it to edit DVDs, I’m sure iMovie could indeed be used, though it may force you to copy the video content to a single file and create a new DVD from scratch. For the copying of a DVD to a single video file, a program like Handbrake will work.
Exactly how much do you need to edit the DVD?[/QUOTE]
Hello Albert, thank you for your help. It really depends on what was recorded that Sunday. We recorded a Christmas play and I want to edit it and take out all of the dead space and any frames that don’t add to the program. I believe these files were or on this computer but I think some of the files that support these programs were deleted by our Youth Pastor.
The steps you are talking about, are they easy to follow or do they take having a knowledge of the Mac system. I grew up using PC’s, and that is all I own. I am learning the Mac through church.