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How to Fit a dvd thats Larger than a 4.7gb on one disk

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by CAUZ, Jul 15, 2003.

  1. CAUZ

    CAUZ Member

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    I was tyrin to back up some movies and it tells me that im using 5,127 mb, but when i go to backup the movie it says i dont have enough memory???
     
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    Ya, download dvd shrink, which is free. I try not to compress the movie unless I have to. I would rather strip out all the extra video and audio I don't need and try to keep the movie itself in it's original form. If you do have to compress it's not that noticable, unless you compress it way down to level 6-8.
     
  4. CAUZ

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    I have used shrink, what i did was compressed the whole movie and put evertthing esle as a still picture without any audio. When i put it into a dvd player a error pop up, after that i put it into the computer and it worked. But the movie is slpit up into 4 chapters and the first chapter is the main menu and the other chapters are the movies is there a way so i can be able to keep some of the extras so that when i click on deleted scenes i still would be able to watch them???
     
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    yes do a full disk back up and just compress it to the level to where u see no more red on the bar in the uper right
     
  6. scottvf

    scottvf Guest

    You can use dvd20ne to make it fit.
     

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