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07-30-2002, 02:36 PM
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ok here is my goal i want to get all 3 back to the future movies onto a single 4.7 gigabyte DVD-R and still keep quality is there any way in which to achieve this i would be much easier than dealing with 3 seperate discs at an airport when the dvd is out thank you
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07-30-2002, 02:47 PM
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ok here is my goal i want to get all 3 back to the future movies onto a single 4.7 gigabyte DVD-R and still keep quality is there any way in which to achieve this i would be much easier than dealing with 3 seperate discs at an airport when the dvd is out thank you
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Use the KDVD half D-1 template

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Kwag....we need to find out what DVD authuring software digitalvideo is using, my experience tells me that if it's DVDiT and the change is made to the audio settings, not a problem, but Ulead DVD factory and Sprouce Up may cause problems with the overall file size. Just some things to think about. Even with DVDiT I had some minor problems with three movies all under 95 mins each.


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07-30-2002, 04:25 PM
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Kwag....we need to find out what DVD authuring software digitalvideo is using, my experience tells me that if it's DVDiT and the change is made to the audio settings, not a problem, but Ulead DVD factory and Sprouce Up may cause problems with the overall file size. Just some things to think about. Even with DVDiT I had some minor problems with three movies all under 95 mins each.


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Hi Bud,

What about DVD Work Shop? I've heard good results with that. Even burning with AC3 audio . And that's COOL

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