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Creating 1 DVD with two 700 meg files

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by dxscso, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. dxscso

    dxscso Member

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    Ive tried searching for this but unable to find nething, if i missed somethign a link woudl be great.

    I have one movie broken into 2 700 meg files. I would like to create one dvd but the two files are too large. What could i do or what can i use to combine the files and make them small enough to create 1 dvd> Thanks
     
  2. Indochine

    Indochine Regular member

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    Don't understand why 2 x 700 Mb AVI files are too large for a dvd. A dvd5 holds 4.7 gb and a dvd9 holds 8.5 Gb. Use WinAVI to make 1 dvd out of them. Set the max size to 4.7 Gb if you are burning single layer or 8.5 Gb if you are burning dual layer.

     
  3. dxscso

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    Awesome thansk trying it right now
     
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    convertxtodvd will do the trick for you
     
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    Alright i have tried both programs i was unable to burn the files that WinAVI made. When i tried it with ConvertXtoDvd it stopped when it wanted me to insert a blank CD. i put one in and then it pit it back out at me, didnt give ne kind of message. When i burned the files using NEro Recode it created the cd but it still shows the two files seperately on the dvd and will not play thoguth them both. it satop after the first one and goes back to the menu. What am i mesing up? Thanks
     
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    convertxtodvd will convert your avi files to vob complyment files and convretxtodvd will also burn them for you, you need a blank dvd not a cd, there might be something wrong with the avi files, you might run the files through g-spot and see what that tells you
     
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    I used ConvertXtoDVD and its placed both fiel son a dvd but they werent still seperate. I want them to be one file so the movie plays all the way through.
     
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    I too would like a dvd that is in 2 parts to be converted as 1 dvd...
    Convertxtodvd used to do this for me but now for some reason they convert & play as part1 and part2 which is not good...
     
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    First I convert my avis to mpeg2. Then I start TMPgenc DVD Author. I can import an mpeg2 file to a track. Then I import another mpeg2 file to that track. It's all in the documentation.
     
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    you must be doing something wrong if your movies are coming out as part 1 and part 2, are you selecting both files when it askes insert media files? also if the program was working great one day and then the next day it started messing up you might do a system restore to the day before it started messing up and that should fix everything, convertxtodvd2 is the best converter out there for the money
     
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    what i would try is to open up part one of the xvid file with virtual dub select "direct stream copy" from both the audio and video menus.

    then go to file> append avi segment and open part 2 then "save as old format avi" this should join them to a 1400 mb file. then feed that into convertxtodvd and it should work.

    if the joined xvid has out of sync audio then try it again with full processing mode on audio, and mp3 CBR 128 or so.
     

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