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A newbie problem

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by paCUTEako, Dec 16, 2004.

  1. paCUTEako

    paCUTEako Member

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    I know, i know, i should have searched the entire forum or use the search engine for this problem but i was drowned with all the topics listed in this forum... *frown*

    Here's my NEWBIE problem...

    I knew the basics in DVD burning but i got this problem, whenever i burn a movie into DVD (im using a sonic mydvd software which doesn't have any options for this problem), it automatically converts it into a one hour movie. errrrrrrr I mean the limited space in the DVD is around one hour no matter how small the movie is.

    For example:
    i got a 500mb video and when i burn it into DVD, it became a 2.0GB. (details are not exactly correct). I'm planning to compile my favorite VCDS into one DVD but i can't do this because of the said problem. Can anyone help? Can ADOBE ENCORE be of some use?

    I badly need your help... it is a noobie question but i would really appreciate it if somebody can help me with this problem.
     
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  2. Discmania

    Discmania Active member

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    Sonic will automatically use the maximum amount of disc space for whatever file(s) you have asked it to burn to disc. This is a default setting to enable maximum quality. This does not mean that when you have several files to burn to a disc they will not fit. It just means sonic will rearrange the disc space to be used.
     
  3. paCUTEako

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    TNX a lot.... i'm such a noob hehehe.
     

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