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Movie is to big to burn to one dvd

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by 7DS, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. 7DS

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    I have a movie that's 7 GB or so, and I dont want to buy a dual layer DVD. Is there a way I can use DVD-Shrink to burn it to 2 cds, like disk 1 disk 2.
    Any other suggestions are welcome, thanks!
     
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    What movie?

    You can use Dvd Shrink to remove the un-neccessaries, run a deep analysis, then compress the file.



     
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    It's an ISO of The Warlords.
    I'd also like for it to have no compression, for best quality.
     
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    Unzip the iso file and then use IFOedit or DVDfab Derypter to split the original compilation in 2 dvd's.
    That's all
     
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    When I do that, it makes it into the .99 GB blocks, and when it transcodes over, it's skippy, plus I like having the menu and stuff like that.
    Anything else I can do?
     
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    As I mentioned before IFOedit and DVDfabDecrypter are able to split the original compilation in two (2) DVD-5's. So you 're going to miss nothing.
    So simple...
    (by the way instructions about using theese tolls you can find in this site)
     

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