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multiply avi to dvdr

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by someboy, Aug 26, 2004.

  1. someboy

    someboy Member

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    hey, im backing up some of my avi's to dvd, and in some situations id like 2 different films, or my film is in 2 halves.

    so how do i go about putting them on the same dvdr, is it as simple as renaming the vobs so they dont conflict?

    i know about merging avi's but the framerates differ so this is a no go.

    i dont need to know about menus either, just want them on the same disk

    ta.
     
  2. fasfrank

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    You might try this, just process both films like you were going to burn them to seperate discs. Instead of burning to a DVD, burn to your hard drive. You should end up with two folders.

    Open DVD Shrink -> Re-author. Browse for the first folder and put it in the compilation window, do the same for the second folder.

    Back this compilation up to a folder and now your movies are combined into one, any compression that was needed was done as well. Now you can burn this folder with whatever you use.

    I don't know if the different frame rates will make a difference. Just make sure the output from your converter is the same for both.

    If Shrink won't back the compilation up then you probably won't be able to combine them.
     

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