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11-04-2004, 08:03 AM
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Hey how's it going,

I'm using cougar's post as my guide.. it seems to be the easiest for me and it was the first one I followed. In the guide in step 3.d. it says to pick template A if it's less then 120mins otherwise use template B. I have an avi that is 2:09:00 and I can't really cut off the last nine minutes of it to make it an even 120 minutes, will the final result turn out real bad if I use template A even though the movie is over 120mins? I just want to keep as much quality as possible, thanks for your help.

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I have an avi that is 2:09:00 and I can't really cut off the last nine minutes of it to make it an even 120 minutes, will the final result turn out real bad if I use template A even though the movie is over 120mins? I just want to keep as much quality as possible, thanks for your help.
The quality of the output do not depend of the source length, but if you use template A you can obtain a file that will not fit on a single CD. All depend on the source. The value "120 minute" is given as an indication and some 90 minutes source will give too big result also !

In other words : you need to try ! There is no way to answer to your question.
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11-04-2004, 09:13 AM
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Ah ok.. so it'll just be a bigger file, simple answer for a dumb question i guess but thanks anyway, it's at 80% so we'll see the difference in the files soon

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