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Resizing movie

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by RMF, Oct 20, 2002.

  1. RMF

    RMF Regular member

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    I've tried ripping a couple of movies onto my hdd in order to copy onto a DVD-R. I've tried with a couple of movies now and haven't yet found one that will fit onto a DVD-R when it has been completely stripped down to just the main movie and the 5.1 audio. Would it be possible for me to select the 2 channel audio to make it smaller still or would it make no difference?

    If all else fails i suppose i'll have to look into resizing the movies by re-encoding them but i have no clue of how i can do this. Could someone please tell me what software i need to do it, and also a straight forward explanaition? I've tried reading past post's but haven't really been able to find anything usefull. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. menmaddi

    menmaddi Regular member

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    You can strip out the excess audio leaving only one. However if you are close to 4.3 then I would suggest downloading Rempeg2 and using it to reencode. Its pretty straight forward and comes with a small help file. Start there and post if you need more help.
     

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