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I'm gonna be making a DVD (files of course encoded with the KDVD template).

I will be using SpruceUP for everything, then Nero to burn the image.

My question is that when SpruceUP compiles the DVD, will it be just one big file with everything in it?

I want to know because I am stuck under the FAT32 restrictions, and I don't want to waste the 700 megabytes I would have to (4GB FAT32 limit).

Is there any way I could make everything in SpruceUP, then add each file separately to Nero?

Or do I have to create the big file? I don't want to waste 700Mb.

Thanks in advance.
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I'm gonna be making a DVD (files of course encoded with the KDVD template).

I will be using SpruceUP for everything, then Nero to burn the image.

My question is that when SpruceUP compiles the DVD, will it be just one big file with everything in it?

I want to know because I am stuck under the FAT32 restrictions, and I don't want to waste the 700 megabytes I would have to (4GB FAT32 limit).

Is there any way I could make everything in SpruceUP, then add each file separately to Nero?

Or do I have to create the big file? I don't want to waste 700Mb.

Thanks in advance.
Hi Alvinator:

The files created with SpruceUp are a DVD structure in the hard disk. The VOB's don't exceed 1GB in size, so you won't have a problem with FAT32.
If you were to make an ISO file, that wouldn't work on FAT32, because it would be too big. So you create an DVD "image" on your HDD. It makes a VIDEO_TS and a AUDIO_TS on the root directory of the drive you specify. Then you burn that with Nero.

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