Discussion in 'CD-R' started by Cassius2, Aug 27, 2003.
does a 698MB (108 Minutes) avi files fit on a 80Min/700MB CD-R ?
I would assum so.. unless you are using a really lowgrade CDR. When it says 700 MB usually it means it. and if it won't work, i'm sure you can fit it in with the 'overburn' option if it is available. I've got at least 2 extra minutes on 80 min CDs that way so there's a fair amount of leeway I should think. Although that whole business of possibly damaging your burner..
But regardless, most prorgrams will warn you before they start burning if what you're trying to put on won't fit on the CD.
thank for your reply. Actually my doubt was not regarding the MB but the minutes. Since my avi file has about 108minutes, while the 700MB CD-R says 80 Min. ?
Very easily m8. It is recommended to burn [bold] no faster than 8x [/bold] as you "might" encounter video playback problems burning video at high speeds.
thx for the info ... much appreciated !
Yeah, the minutes length of a CD is strictly only for audio CDs
And to a limited extent, (S)VCDs too.
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