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Old Oct 10, 2004, 07:31 AM
fridaypassion fridaypassion is offline
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Default Putting multiple movies on a DVD?

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Anyone have any recomendations for software to do this? I've got Roxio Easy media creator which seems to work ok BUT when I put two 700MB avi files on the dvd it says the estimated size id 15GB! and wont burn.

Is it a case of re encoding the avi file as an mpeg before putting it to EMC? or is there another app I can use that fits movies to the dvd and adjusts the filesizes automatically?
Old Oct 24, 2004, 08:25 AM
meterman1 meterman1 is offline
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I use Serif DVDPlus for putting multiple, avi and also other formats onto a dvd
it converts it automatically to dvd format.
the only thing is I am having problems since installed winxp service pack 2 but still manage to work okay
Old Oct 24, 2004, 11:38 AM
handyguy handyguy is offline
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I use Nero sometimes, just drag them to the data window, Nero does the rest pretty much. If you have the nero plug in that it needs, should it need it.

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