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09-21-2002, 08:26 PM
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Hello

Im very new at this KVCD thing. I got a holiday movie that i have join to one big file (.mpg) its about 865mb. The hole movie is 2h and i want to burn it on one cd. What should i do in TMPGEnc to get the size right to burn on a 80min cd?

Plz help me.
My mother will visite me soon and whants a copy. PLZ
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does your mother want a vhs copy or cd copy? if first i recommend you do this at higher resolution
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