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Mpeg compression

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by clcbrd, Apr 19, 2005.

  1. clcbrd

    clcbrd Member

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    I have a mepg file that is over 7 gig in size and I would like to try and get it to fit on one dvd. Does anyone know how to do that? Thanks
     
  2. Ag3ntNe0

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    Even if u did compress u would make a coaster outta that dvd. U gotta convert the mpeg to dvd format. Where did u get a 7gb mpeg lol. It must be HDTV quality lmao!
     
  3. aldaco12

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    Maybe from a DVD double layer (9 GB).
    I suggest you use a DVD double layer burner or to change the ripping method and use DVD Shrink. And change forum, if you want more experienced people's answers...
     
  4. Ag3ntNe0

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    HAHA! Very funny aldaco. The guy should know u cant have a mpeg on a dvd and expect it to work on ur dvd player. Mpeg, avi, vcd, and svcd are very easy to convert if you have the right prog and a fast pc. SO THERE hmph! (just jokin)
     
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    Author the mpg in DVDLab Pro.
    Shrink, burn, watch :)
     
  6. clcbrd

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    any sesgesten on software to convert mepg to dvd formt?
     
  7. clcbrd

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    The 7 gig file is wwe WrestleMania 21
     
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    Author it in DVDLab Pro, shrink, burn, watch...wait...didn't I say that already? ;)
     
  9. clcbrd

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    Where do I go in the software to shrink a mpeg or convert it to dvd format?
     

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