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Burning Multiple Files To Disk Image!


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I have 5 AVI Files that I am trying to create a DVD. The total size is 2.94 GB and it's 6 HRS of video time. Unsure of the best method to try and create a disk image. I have used Creator Classic and seems to come out okay. The quality wasn't great when I used Video Compilation and wasn't enough disk space to use MY DVD. Is this too big a file (Video time) to fit onto 1 DVD. I am using EMC 10 and want to know the best way to do this. Any Suggestions.

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I have 5 AVI Files that I am trying to create a DVD. The total size is 2.94 GB and it's 6 HRS of video time. Unsure of the best method to try and create a disk image. I have used Creator Classic and seems to come out okay. The quality wasn't great when I used Video Compilation and wasn't enough disk space to use MY DVD. Is this too big a file (Video time) to fit onto 1 DVD. I am using EMC 10 and want to know the best way to do this. Any Suggestions.

 

First of file size means nothing, its the length in time of your video that is important.

A standard 4.7GB DVD will hold about 60 minutes of best quality video. Anything above that and the video has to be compressed even more with a resulting loss in quality. Trying to squeeze 6 hours of video to a DVD is not worth the effort (I don't even think its possible) since the result will be pretty unwatchable.

 

I would try not to go over 90 minutes per DVD depending on the quality of your source video. I don't understand how you used Creator Classic to create the DVD video iso file. All that will create is a data DVD which you cannot play in a DVD player unless your player is also able to handle mpeg2 files.

 

Exactly what do you want to create: a DVD playable on a DVD player connected to a TV or what?

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