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DEALING WITH FILE SIZES

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by jawhar, Dec 19, 2002.

  1. jawhar

    jawhar Member

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    I TRIED TO CAPTURE AN AVI FROM TV CARD. IT
    TOOKS 650M FOR 3-4 MIN. IF I TRANFORM THIS
    FILE TO MPEG FORMAT IT WILL TAKE MORE THAN 2 GB BEFORE CONVERTING IT TO VCD FORMAT. HOW DO
    I CAPTURE A 1 HOUR SHOW TO BURN IT INTO A CD? HOW THINGS CAN BE DONE CORRECTLY.I WANT
    TO NOW BEFORE DECIDING TO PURCHASE A CDR
     
  2. ICP_RIP

    ICP_RIP Member

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    Little confusing...you say that a 3-4 minute clip took up 650mb of space?
    In the past i have downloaded 5 minute clips with amazing resolution that result in only about 30-50mb.
    I do not know a whole lot about capturing images from TV cards...but try to give more specific detail's about the problem and one ofthe admin's may help you.
    *Are you talking about purchasing a burner or the disc?
    Disc's are only about $1-2 each, Im sure most people on these threads can say they have sacrificed a disc or two here and there.
    Pick up a bunch!!
     
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2002
  3. cd-rw.org

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    Do not 'shout' in CAPITAL LETTERS.
     

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