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Recording In Lp Or Slp Mode


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I have a Toshiba DVD VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER D-VR610. When I am burning a DVD, it allows me to select a recording mode which includes LP or SLP that allows me to get 6 or more hours of recording (obviously with less resolution but it is acceptable) on a single DVD. The resulting DVD can be played in standard (non computer) DVD players. Neither Windows Media Center nor Windows Movie Maker seems to have the capability to select LP or SLP recording mode. Does Creator 2009. If so, how?

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Creator 2009 will 'shrink to fit' but 6 hours of video on a standard DVD will be really terrible quality

 

General rule of thumb for best quality is

 

Single layer DVD - one hour

Dual layer - just under 2 hours

 

You could double the duration with some loss of quality but 6 hours (even on dual layer) could prove almost unwatchable

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I have a Toshiba DVD VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER D-VR610. When I am burning a DVD, it allows me to select a recording mode which includes LP or SLP that allows me to get 6 or more hours of recording (obviously with less resolution but it is acceptable) on a single DVD. The resulting DVD can be played in standard (non computer) DVD players. Neither Windows Media Center nor Windows Movie Maker seems to have the capability to select LP or SLP recording mode. Does Creator 2009. If so, how?

 

With Creator 2009, you can make a DivX disc or you can select the encoding bit rate. You will get 6 hours with a DivX disc. The DivX discs will play only on DVD players that support DivX (your player does).

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