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730mb onto a 700mb disc ?

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by phr33kz0l, Mar 5, 2003.

  1. phr33kz0l

    phr33kz0l Member

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    I know this is probably slightly ignorant, but is there anyway for me to write this 730mb movie onto a 700mb disc, becuase I can't get any 90min cd-r's...

    In one of the afterdawn forums someone said it's possible to do it with nero if you use the 'video option'...?
    I don't follow....the only option nero gives u is writing a dvd....or am I blind..?

    I know I can split the thing and chuck it onto seperate cd's but that means part one alone is going to be on 2 cd's and then another 2 for part 2...? how annoying :)

    Any help is greatly appreciated,

    Thank u :)
     
  2. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    this a vcd/svcd or a divx/xvid??
     
  3. duane13

    duane13 Guest

    This is a good question for a problem I also have. Dela, for me it would be Divx, but possibly VCD also. I know some larger CDR disks are available, but I've heard that not all players will support them (just a rumor). From experience with Roxio, I routinely go up to 703MB on a 700MB disk but it won't allow me to go beyond that.
     
  4. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    Well its definately divx, cause if you started a new vcd compilation with standard vcd, you could fit 800mb on a 700mb 80min disk!
     
  5. TW1L1GHT

    TW1L1GHT Member

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    Be sure it is 730MB and not 730.000.000 bytes!

    730.000.000/1024=712890,625 KB

    712890,625/1024=696,1822509765625 MB

    So that means it would fit on a 700mb cd.

    GreetZ TWiLiGHT
     

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