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extending DVD+R from 2hrs - 6hrs

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by riorio1, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. riorio1

    riorio1 Member

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    How do you extend the burning time if you are using nero, dvd shrink, iso buster.
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    If you burn at .005X it should take around six hours.
     
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    the recording time you see on the packaging of blank disk is a guideline for devices such as dvd recorders that are hooked to your tv and record the programming.

    when using those discs on a PC you are limited by the volume of the disc and not the time quota.
     
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    thanks a lot for the info what you said about the amount of space a disc can hold makes sense. I have 1 more question that may be pretty rookieish, but why do some DVD's take longer to go through the ripping / transfering cycle. This is compareed to others that dont seem to have anymore content than the first. Example.
    Breaking all the rules 4 plus hrs to burn.
    Flight of the Phoenix 1.5 hrs.
     

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