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not enough disk space!

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i have been using toast for a long time already. but it is only recently that i encountered a problem. im burning some videos which is 25 minutes each and is around 200MB max. i tried adding around 10 files of it and the indicator is still green. so i assumed that i can still add more files. but when encoding reached 99.99%, an error popped up stating that disk space not enough. my question is, why is the indicator still green when there isnt enough space already? i have been burning these stuff for awhile and have not encountered any problem. i only did when i tried installing toast 8. it started with that then i downgraded to toast 7 again but the problem never was resolved. if only i knew that would happen i wont upgrade to 8 anymore and stick with my old copy.

 

what is the capacity of a dvd when it comes to videos? is it 4.7GB or 120minutes of video?

 

hope someone can help me cos its really frustrating!! :angry2:

 

thanks!!

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Take note if Toast mentions "not enough disk space" or "not enough disc space".

The disk space with a k point to insufficient space on your hard disk drive, while the disc space with a c points to the optical media.

While converting your movie to MPEG-2 for DVD, Toast writes temporary files to your hard drive.

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Take note if Toast mentions "not enough disk space" or "not enough disc space".

The disk space with a k point to insufficient space on your hard disk drive, while the disc space with a c points to the optical media.

While converting your movie to MPEG-2 for DVD, Toast writes temporary files to your hard drive.

 

i think it is disc space cos the disk space of my hard drive is still 40GB. i really cant understand why the indicator is still green when there isnt enough disc space..

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