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Hours Of Video On One Dvd?

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How many hours of video can Toast v8.0.3 fit on one DVD?

 

VisualHub could fit up to 18 hours on just one DVD. Was wondering if this version of Toast could do the same. If not, what about the latest version?

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Are you unconcerned about picture quality? Are these videos for playing on a computer or on a DVD player? Does your DVD player have the ability to play DivX video? Are you referring to a single-layer or a dual-layer DVD?

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Are you unconcerned about picture quality? Are these videos for playing on a computer or on a DVD player? Does your DVD player have the ability to play DivX video? Are you referring to a single-layer or a dual-layer DVD?

Not too concerned about the quality as the movies are very old classic movies - 1930-1950.

The videos are for playing on an external DVD player.

The DVD player can play DivX video.

Single Layer. Saying this because the words dual-layer appears no where on the DVD packaging (Maxell).

 

Thank you. Sorry for the lack of info.

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Not too concerned about the quality as the movies are very old classic movies - 1930-1950.

The videos are for playing on an external DVD player.

The DVD player can play DivX video.

Single Layer. Saying this because the words dual-layer appears no where on the DVD packaging (Maxell).

 

Thank you. Sorry for the lack of info.

Using the DVD video setting Toast will fit a little more than three hours of video on a single-layer disc. I think that using the DivX setting you'll fit possibly 10 or more hours on a disc.

 

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Using the DVD video setting Toast will fit a little more than three hours of video on a single-layer disc. I think that using the DivX setting you'll fit possibly 10 or more hours on a disc.

Thank you!!!!

 

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