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dvd to cd

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by T-dawg, Feb 19, 2003.

  1. T-dawg

    T-dawg Guest

    i'm trying to get a dvd onto a cd. does anyone know how to do this?? i'd really like advice!! thanks!
  2. Sefy

    Sefy Guest

    The question is more, which target are you heading for ? DivX/VCD/SVCD ? do you want it to be playable on a DVD or just PC ?
  3. T-dawg

    T-dawg Guest

    I'd really like it if i could get it to play in a dvd player!! Thanks for your help!!
  4. Sefy

    Sefy Guest

    Since DVD is your target, then we have two choices, VCD or SVCD, in VCD you can put most movies on a single CDR, in SVCD, it takes minimum 2 CD's for movie and most cases 3 atleast.

    you can follow the guides here in the articles section, or you can try my own guide here: www.sefy.dtdns.net (choose any link that is fast for you)
  5. T-dawg

    T-dawg Guest

  6. Sefy

    Sefy Guest

    Glad To Be Of Help! :)
    If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to ask!
  7. zamsak

    zamsak Regular member

    Feb 26, 2003
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    Hi Sefy,

    Can I copy a DVD to many CDs without the loss of quality, and features like language and subtitle options.

    I have ripped the DVD to the HDD and the each VOB is 700 MB. But you have to copy all the VOBs to a single folder for them to work.

    Can I make totally new IFOs for each VOB so that all the VOBs run independently at different locations. It is ok if the DVD only works on a PC.

  8. Sefy

    Sefy Guest

    Technicly what you will create is a MiniDVD, which will only play on maybe 3 or 4 DVD models out there, but since you aim for a PC only playback, you shouldn't have too much problem.

    But as far as I know, each VOB is exactly 1gb in size, not 700, but if you broke the cutting of the movie into 700mb segments, you should be able to do it, I suggest you follow one of the DVD to MiniDVD guides.

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