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#1 kingjoe11

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Posted 01 March 2007 - 08:58 PM

I HAVE A "BURNINIG" PROBLEM AND I NEED HELP. I CANT GET THE LONG PLAY AND EXTRA LONG PLAY TO WORK.WHEN I HAVE A VIDEO FILE --MPEG2---ABOUT 6.3GB WHICH IS ABOUT 3.5HRS OF VIDEO WHICH I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO BURN ON REGULAR DVD IN EXTRA LONG PLAY BUT NOT POSSIBLE, THE BURN CANT BE HIGHLIGHTED. I AM USING EASY MEDIA CREATOR SUITE 9.
CAN SOMEBODY TAKE MY HAND THROUGH, STEP BY STEP. VIDEO LESS THAN 2HRS, EVERYTHING IS FINE

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 05:20 AM

QUOTE (kingjoe11 @ Mar 1 2007, 10:58 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I HAVE A "BURNINIG" PROBLEM AND I NEED HELP. I CANT GET THE LONG PLAY AND EXTRA LONG PLAY TO WORK.WHEN I HAVE A VIDEO FILE --MPEG2---ABOUT 6.3GB WHICH IS ABOUT 3.5HRS OF VIDEO WHICH I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO BURN ON REGULAR DVD IN EXTRA LONG PLAY BUT NOT POSSIBLE, THE BURN CANT BE HIGHLIGHTED. I AM USING EASY MEDIA CREATOR SUITE 9.
CAN SOMEBODY TAKE MY HAND THROUGH, STEP BY STEP. VIDEO LESS THAN 2HRS, EVERYTHING IS FINE

In video, size means much less that time.  2 hours is about all you'll get on a standard DVD.  I suggest you either go to a DL if you can with your equipment, or, split the file in two using Videowave then, turn those into an image file and burn each to disc.
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Posted 02 March 2007 - 06:22 AM

Have you tried going into the MyDVD 'project settings' and uncheck 'fit to disc'.  Then select EP.  This setting will give you 3 hours and 1 minute which still would not fit your movie.  Looks like the only option is what Paul suggested. Try a dual layer disc.
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Posted 02 March 2007 - 06:47 AM

The other alternative if you don't object to losing quality is to output the file to hard drive as a .iso image - open that with Disc Copy and it will shrink to fit.

You WILL lose quality however

Edited by gi7omy, 02 March 2007 - 06:47 AM.

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Posted 04 March 2007 - 04:36 AM

QUOTE (kingjoe11 @ Mar 1 2007, 10:58 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I HAVE A "BURNINIG" PROBLEM AND I NEED HELP. I CANT GET THE LONG PLAY AND EXTRA LONG PLAY TO WORK.WHEN I HAVE A VIDEO FILE --MPEG2---ABOUT 6.3GB WHICH IS ABOUT 3.5HRS OF VIDEO WHICH I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO BURN ON REGULAR DVD IN EXTRA LONG PLAY BUT NOT POSSIBLE, THE BURN CANT BE HIGHLIGHTED. I AM USING EASY MEDIA CREATOR SUITE 9.
CAN SOMEBODY TAKE MY HAND THROUGH, STEP BY STEP. VIDEO LESS THAN 2HRS, EVERYTHING IS FINE


Your next post might be "Why; commercial disc can have more than that on a disc?"    They use a different process to press the information onto the disc.

There are some formats like DivX that will allow long, good quality videos on a disc but you need a special player to play them. V9 will output to a DivX file.

Please, unless you have a visual handicap, turn off the caps.

Edited by sknis, 04 March 2007 - 04:41 AM.

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