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Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by dvdps2, Jul 19, 2003.

  1. dvdps2

    dvdps2 Regular member

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    I tried burning a dvd using this page. http://www.dvd2dvdr.com/dvd-5.htm. Once i clicked burn with prassi primo, it said, Data disc terminated with errors. The recording is larger than the available space in the recordable disc. My disc is a dvd-rw and it is empty. Any ideas? Thanks.
     
  2. Draider

    Draider Member

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    The dvd back up u are makin is to big to fit on a dvd-r/w, u can to run it through a program like dvdshrink or dvd2one, then it will fit and u will be able to burn without error message u recieved.
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    Set the output size to less than 4430MB, something like 4300 to be sure.

    Chris
     
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    When i put the output size less than 4430mb is that the same this as shrinking it? Also, how do i shrink it using dvd2one. Thanks.
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    Um...sort off. You set the output size to 4300MN and then you can compress the disc if its needed. Basically it jsut prevents the final output being larger than 4300MB.

    have a look at the User Guides here:

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    what's the diff between that and dvdshrink?
     
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    I think that DVD2one has a constant bitrate throughout and DVD Shrink uses variable. Either that or both use variable, i cant quite remember :-(

    DVD Shrink is more beginner and indeed user friendly. It also offers a lot more authoring ability than DVD2One. I use DVD Shrink myself.

    Chris
     
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    how do i change the setting to 4300 mb?
     
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    As you load it up, the second page gives you the option of doing this with DVD2One
     
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    Ok, im lost, i just want to burn a dvd. Can you give me simple exact steps of how to do this using each program. Thanks.
     
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    Obviously DVD-RWs space are much lesser than DVD-R same as CDR and CDRW. So you have to lower the size for it. Anyway if you want a guide for your DVD writing here's a URL for it

    http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/userguides/141024.php

    i hope this can help
     
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    The best option is DVD Shrink with either Record Now Deluxe for burning, or Ner. I personally prefer Record Now's version. Here are the guides on both of them on this website:

    http://www.chrismccann.co.uk

    Click on User Guides
     

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