iDVD is the best choice for Macintosh owners who want to burn DVDs for home use, but it's not full featured enough for professional users, and there's no version for the PC.
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Apple has released an iDVD update which addresses slideshow import problems from iPhoto '11, along with an update for MacBook Air systems that addresses sleep issues.
Back in January 2009, Apple released iLife '09 and we haven't gotten a full version update since. New rumors peg a November 2010 release for the iLife '11 suite that includes 64-bit support, a brand-new iWeb, iOS compatibility, and the demise of iDVD.
Apple has updated a few knowledge base articles that address problems with the Aperture 3 update, disc-burning issues with iDVD, reinstalling the Server Diagnostics utilities on the Mac Mini server, and managing noises in newer iMac models.
In the past couple of weeks, Apple has released a slew of updates. Today the company continues this trend by releasing updates to iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, as well as for support tools for the iLife suite.
Apple has released iDVD 7.0.3, which the company says "improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues."
After burning a DVD with iDVD 7, you may find that the image quality is very poor, typically exhibiting pixelation or interlacing problems when played on your high-definition television or Apple monitor.
If you are experiencing issues with any of the iLife applications included with your Mac (iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, GarageBand, or iWeb), you can take these basic steps to begin troubleshooting your problem.
Some iDVD users are finding that when they open the program it will not function at all.
Apple's latest bout of knowledgebase updates cover the installation of OS X on external drives, various iPhone problems, and how iDVD stores encoding information for projects.