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This is a temporary answer as I don't have a Mac at hand now. I have to test on a Mac, but the Windows version of 5kPlayer can do it very well; and it has a Mac version. Also, KMPlayer can also do it (also tested just in Windows for the moment) and it has a Mac version it seems (here - Mac Alpha Version: have yet to test too).


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Try this open source software called "Burn". I have used it. It has many options for DVD burning.


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You can look up the specs on a particular Mac at Everymac.com, which would tell you whether you can add RAM, and what the maximum is. The Everymac site allows you to look up a Mac by serial number, which you can get from the Apple Menu, About This Mac, then "More Info...", which opens System Profiler. It will also tell you the Machine Model, which might be ...



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