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10-15-2003, 07:41 AM
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That will be possible soon

Philips intend to deliver the first double-layer DVD+R burner in 2004. The disc capacity will be extended to 8.5 Gb (4.7 Gb on current DVD+R).
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10-16-2003, 02:58 AM
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Such a boring (36 hours!!!) movie this could be!
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2 complete seasons of a TV show for instance.
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You will need 1 big hard drive for all the vobs
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1 TV show season = 6 DVD = 30 Gb. Not really so big

Note: and who said you have to do all the ripping before doing the KVCD ? Perhaps when CQMatic will have a batch mode... :-p
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1 TV show season = 6 DVD = 30 Gb. Not really so big
Plus 5 more GB for the KDVD itself

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Note: and who said you have to do all the ripping before doing the KVCD ? Perhaps when CQMatic will have a batch mode... :-p
For TV shows I do 1 DVD at a time since I'm low on space right now... so for a 6 DVD set (for example) I'd rip each disc and encode it to fit 1/6 of a DVD. Not ideal, but it works and I only need (at the most) 10GB
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