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convertxtodvd target size

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by shta, Feb 2, 2008.

  1. shta

    shta Guest

    i am using convertxtodvd 2.2.3.258 to convert my movie filesw so i can burn to dvd.... i have read a tutorial on here on how to set evryting up..but i am still having problem with the target size
    i set my target size to 4300 mb like the tutorial says to so that the dvd don't get burn straight to the edge of the disc..but when i convert an burn they still get burn straight to the edege...
    my files are all avi files that i am converting...what can i do to solve this problem i have even reduce the target size down to 4100 an their still burning to the edge of the disc.
    an the avi files are about 700mb..
     
  2. pryme_H

    pryme_H Regular member

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    shta,
    As long as you default to this target size, that's all that matters. Are you experiencing any playback issues?
     
  3. shta

    shta Guest

    not when i play the movies i gave a fren a movie to watch n he told me that when it was coming down to the end of the movie it start freaking out....so i was thinking cause it was butned straight to the edge if that had any thing to do with it....an i live in the bahamas i was trying to get my hands on some vertabim or ty disc but they don't have them where i am located an i am using the ridata -r disc
     
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    pryme_H Regular member

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    You have trusty discs. Perhaps, it's the player on his end that's causing the hitch. I like your quote, by the way. :)
     
  5. shta

    shta Guest

    tanks
     
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    pryme_H Regular member

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    No worries...
     
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    how many 700meg files you converting at once?
     
  8. shta

    shta Guest

    i am only doing 1 at a time......but some movies comes in two diferent avi files..but i get the same results
    when am doing both at the same time an when i am just doing only one file
     
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    So you have checked this in Windows? Right click on the VIDEO_TS folder-> Properties... what does it say?
     

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