"Apple's drm scheme won't let you burn it as a dvd."
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Hello to all! Not real up on this forum thing. Just looking for a suggestion. I received an Ipod about 6 mos. ago as a gift to store my music on and was curious about videos. I'm an older guy and love music videos and would love to burn Itunes videos onto a DVD. Please help and thank you so much to anyone that responds.
I think you'd better choose a video burn tool to help you for you're addicted to videos and music. With a professional video burn tool, you can enjoy your video in high quality. 1DVD is an easy-to-use tool for you burn all formats videos to DVD with full quality. And it's FREE.
1DVD also has its pro version. 1DVD Pro, check it in iTunes store.
Instead of burning dvds, it might be a bit easier just to keep those vids on your iPod and connect your device to a television for easier, more pleasurable viewing. There's several ways you can connect. I've included this link to get you started:
Hope this helps
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