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Burning two dvd titles on to one dvd disc

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by spoke, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. spoke

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    Hi there, hope someone can help me. I've just had a card put in my computer to capture my old home videos so I can burn them on to dvd's. I wanted to put two dvds on to one disc and I have tried to use nero recode but I just can't get it to work. I use the function 'my own dvd compilation' but when I try to put the second dvd on it comes up with an error. I am pretty much an amatuer at this can any one help guid me through it PLEASE! Cheers...
     
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    A very simple way to put more than one title on a DVD is to use DVD Shrink (download from Afterdawn Software section). Go to this link, and click on creating episode DVD with Shrink.

    http://webpages.charter.net/bacitup/Guides.htm
     
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    Thanks for info but i think some of my trouble is I am having trouble converting my video capture to a type of file I can turn into a video file on my hard drive. I can burn my videos to dvd but I can only get an hours worth of video onto one dvd so I try to burn it to the hard drive and hopefully compress it so i can use nero recode or dvd shrink to compress it but I'm not sure I am doing everything right. I use cyberlink producer to burn it to my hard drive and it goes into a folder with a file VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS but when I try to burn it with nero recode it comes up with an error after it analysis it to about 80% saying it can't read a file. Can anyone help me with perhaps burning the captured video to the hard drive first and if i can get that right I maybe able to work out the rest.
     

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