Does iMovie have a limit on the number of photos that can be downloaded to iDVD?

I have created an iMovie with 426 photos and is 39 minutes long, but when I try to download the movie to iDVD the download quites unexpectedly.  I've tried downloading the movie twice with the same result.  I am using iMovie 9.  Is this problem fixable?  Or is the movie too large to download to iDVD??  Please help!!  Need answer ASAP!

There is no limit I know of. 39 minutes should be no problem.
Have you tried SHARE/MEDIA BROWSER in Large size?
Then add to iDVD through the Media Browser. It's at the bottom right of the iDVD window.

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