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Discussion in 'CD-R' started by theone123, Apr 23, 2005.

  1. theone123

    theone123 Member

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    If i have a file that is 699mb and has 95 min run time.....will i be able to put that on a 80min/700mb disk will that work and play the movie forentire 95 mins?

    plz dont say try and find out

    Thanks
     
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    Just forget about the time limit on the cd. It is really only a guideline for VCD and your standard audio cd. If you just make a data disc you get about 702MB on your disk so your 699MB file will fit and will be watchable on computers only.
     
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    actually i want to be able to play in on a dvd/vcd player....
    so the time is what that counts rite for the vcd's and the size doesnt?
     
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    I think you will have to split it to two files using virtual dub, I think.
     
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    You can make a KVCD. The creator claims you get anywhere from 2 to 6 hours on a cd. What you need to do this is. TMPGEnc and the KVCD templates. KVCD works on most dvd players.

    You can find the templates at http://www.weethet.nl/english/video_kvcd_intro.php
     
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    kvcd??? sounds new ill check it out but my regular vcd came out good so thanks for all the help guys
     

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