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iso with "Video Copy & Convert"


stan01

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HI I burned the movie to an ISO file but the ISO file is 5GB and when I try to burn the ISO file to DVD disk using "Video Copy & Convert", it doesnt allow me cause the file is too big. I always burn my home made movies like that. Is there away to compress and burn the ISO file to a disk?

 

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Hi All,

 

Here is what I did. (did it many times)

 

The movie is 115mins, created in videoWave.

Then went to My DvD -> Clicked Burn (Burn Project) -> Selected disk Image file (-R DL)

 

Once burned, cannot burn ISO file to a disk cause it is 5GB...

 

Please advice,

 

Thank you, Happy New year,

 

 

 

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Hi All,

 

Here is what I did. (did it many times)

 

The movie is 115mins, created in videoWave.

Then went to My DvD -> Clicked Burn (Burn Project) -> Selected disk Image file (-R DL)

 

Once burned, cannot burn ISO file to a disk cause it is 5GB...

 

Please advice,

 

Thank you, Happy New year,

 

 

What Disc are you trying to burn it to, DVD + - R, DVD + - R DL?

 

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Hi All,

 

Here is what I did. (did it many times)

 

The movie is 115mins, created in videoWave.

Then went to My DvD -> Clicked Burn (Burn Project) -> Selected disk Image file (-R DL)

 

Once burned, cannot burn ISO file to a disk cause it is 5GB...

 

Please advice,

 

Thank you, Happy New year,

 

 

MyDVD is one program, whereas Video Copy & Convert is another, different program in the EMC10 Suite.

 

In C&C, you should be able to add the movie, perhaps getting a "Content Quality: Very Highly Compressed" message. If its simply unable to compress your file, you will get a "Content Quality: Compression Not Possible" message

 

Very High Message:

 

ccvh.jpg

 

Not Possible Message:

 

ccnotposs.jpg

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