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Splitting 4:3 and 16:0 from DVD-9 and storing it to DVD-5

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by umminkug, Nov 17, 2003.

  1. umminkug

    umminkug Member

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    Now the situation is this;

    [bold]A DVD-9 = 4:3 + 16:9[/bold]

    So, we are gonna split! And put them in 2 DVD-5's...

    [bold]4:3 ---> DVD-5[/bold]
    [bold]16:9 ---> DVD-5[/bold]

    Now! How can we do this, genius? Teach us!
     
  2. umminkug

    umminkug Member

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    Um... Is there anyway I can edit the title? I miss typed 16:9 with 16:0???
     
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    I would like to keep the menues.
     
  5. Yuriv

    Yuriv Regular member

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    If you want to keep the menues, use CloneDVD. It will completely eliminate the version that you don't want, whiule allowing you to keep the menu intact.
    To ensure that it will fit with NO compression, also remove any audio tracks/subtitles that you don't need in the verison that you are keeping.
    CloneDVD has a fully-functional trial version that you can use.
     

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