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Fistandantilus 08-30-2003 02:55 AM

KVCD: Overburn Bin/Cue files?
 
:D :D Okay I followed Red-M's guide.When I created bin/cue file with VCDeasy and hover over the Bin file one of them says 806mbs and another says 805.I burnt it using Nero.I thought the Max for an 80min disk was 800mbs?I don't have overburn set either.Is this normal?

Dialhot 08-30-2003 03:48 AM

It'snormal. The max is indeed 807 Mb.

While burnig, Nero gives you also the equivalent lenght in minutes. You can see that with 806 Mb you are under the max that is 79:57"

Fistandantilus 08-30-2003 05:08 AM

Thanks for the info.

DerekBarton 09-08-2003 10:15 PM

i have a kvcd that was passed on to me! its 905mb in size.

Its also in bin/cue format and of course nero wont burn it on to 1 disk.

Is there a way around this?

Edlund 09-09-2003 01:59 AM

You can buy a 90min cd and burn it with nero. In Preferences, General uncheck "Check for correct cd format before burning". In Expert Features you can enable overburning.

DerekBarton 09-09-2003 09:14 AM

thanks

I suppose i can not do this with an 80min cd then?

Dialhot 09-09-2003 09:35 AM

If you find the way to put 905 MB on a disc that contain only 807, you'll be a rich man :-))

DerekBarton 09-10-2003 11:19 AM

LOL,

Thanks mate ill let you know my bank balance if it happens..

Edlund 09-10-2003 03:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DerekBarton
thanks

I suppose i can not do this with an 80min cd then?

Actually I have put about 850 MB on 80min cd so if at the end of the movie there are only "credits" or whatever the word is, I mean useless picture :lol: , you can try to overburn a 80min cd and the whole movie will probably be there 8)

DerekBarton 09-11-2003 10:41 AM

Damn!

I ended up deleting the movie,

Oh well ill take that in to account next time.

Thanks


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