"For anyone listening in to this conversation that has the same dilemma, but uses a PC, I strongly recommend AVS video converter. It isn't free ($50, if I recall correctly), but it converts anything to anything and it has never let me down."
"I use IDVD to create DVD's. It should be factory software that is already installed on your Mac.
Exporting your video:
* Under the share menu, I use advanced export and select (Export to MP4) I have only found one student…"
"Are you using MAC or PC? I can definitely help if you use MAC as I have been putting an entire chapter's worth of videos onto a single DVD for my students. If you use PC, let me research a little and see if I can help you come up…"
"Leg me start off by saying that I am really sorry for having to ask all these questions. I have downloaded a third party DVD converter and it won't import the file. I am not quite sure what you mean when you say "you should be able to…"
I would try MP4. It's the most universal video format these days and it's likely that the DVD Authoring tool that you use will be able to import it.
Let me know if you have any other questions!
Neither Camtasia Studio nor Camtasia for Mac includes support for the DVD format (for standalone DVD players) unfortunately. You can however use a 3rd party DVD authoring product to create a DVD using Camtasia produced content. Since Camtasia…"