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EMC9 (VideoWave) Movie Too Long; How Do You Split It?


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Using my home clips, I made a movie using EMC9 (VideoWave). When I attempted to burn it to a 4.7 gig disc, I was told it was too long. It's about 8 gig, rather than 4 gig. Without dumping it and having to start all over again, how can I split the movie into two or three pieces and save it to two or three different 4.7 gig discs? If I could save as Movie Part I, Movie Part II, etc. - that would be great. I just don't want to have to start all over again.

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Beerman - thank you. I've printed out what you said and the person following. Can you provide a link or title for the tutorial that would walk me through splitting my 8 gig movie into two or three segments?

There are some tutorials available in the help section of Videowave but you might do better going here and choosing the tutorials from v8 which are very similar if not exactly the same for many of the programs in the suite.

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Using my home clips, I made a movie using EMC9 (VideoWave). When I attempted to burn it to a 4.7 gig disc, I was told it was too long. It's about 8 gig, rather than 4 gig. Without dumping it and having to start all over again, how can I split the movie into two or three pieces and save it to two or three different 4.7 gig discs? If I could save as Movie Part I, Movie Part II, etc. - that would be great. I just don't want to have to start all over again.

 

Ignore the size of the file. You can get up to one hour of video on a single layer disc at best quality; up to about 1:55 at somewhat lesser quality. Perhaps that will give you an idea of how many times you need to split your video.

 

From MyDVD, burn your project to an iso file at best quality (not fit to disc) and then copy the iso file to your disc using Disc Copier. If it is below the times started above, the program will automatically burn the the disc at the best quality that will fit on the disc. Do it on a RW disc so you can see if the quality is good enough for you.

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Using my home clips, I made a movie using EMC9 (VideoWave). When I attempted to burn it to a 4.7 gig disc, I was told it was too long. It's about 8 gig, rather than 4 gig. Without dumping it and having to start all over again, how can I split the movie into two or three pieces and save it to two or three different 4.7 gig discs? If I could save as Movie Part I, Movie Part II, etc. - that would be great. I just don't want to have to start all over again.

You should fire up Videowave and you can easily split your video up and do much more. It's rather simple to do but you might want to view the tutorials if you've never used it before.

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Using my home clips, I made a movie using EMC9 (VideoWave). When I attempted to burn it to a 4.7 gig disc, I was told it was too long. It's about 8 gig, rather than 4 gig. Without dumping it and having to start all over again, how can I split the movie into two or three pieces and save it to two or three different 4.7 gig discs? If I could save as Movie Part I, Movie Part II, etc. - that would be great. I just don't want to have to start all over again.

 

Beerman - thank you. I've printed out what you said and the person following. Can you provide a link or title for the tutorial that would walk me through splitting my 8 gig movie into two or three segments?

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