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I'm having trouble with fitting video clips onto a DVD. I want to put AVI video onto a DVD and can't seem to get anymore than two onto a single DVD. A work colleague of mine can get four onto one DVD but doesn't seem to remember how it is done or cannot explain how it is done. He says he used the 'DivX to DVD' function which I cannot find on EMC 8.0. The video clips are 350Mb each and with a simple menu. I understand the AVI files must be encoded/decoded but surely I can fit more than two on.

 

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I'm having trouble with fitting video clips onto a DVD. I want to put AVI video onto a DVD and can't seem to get anymore than two onto a single DVD. A work colleague of mine can get four onto one DVD but doesn't seem to remember how it is done or cannot explain how it is done. He says he used the 'DivX to DVD' function which I cannot find on EMC 8.0. The video clips are 350Mb each and with a simple menu. I understand the AVI files must be encoded/decoded but surely I can fit more than two on.

 

Any help?

In DVD work, size does not matter, time does. You can use the fit to disc function to squeeze more on each disc but Divx to DVD will work as well. If you open the Home function of EMC and look under DVD & Video, you'll see Divx DVD's which will do what your friend does.

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The video clips are 350Mb each and with a simple menu. I understand the AVI files must be encoded/decoded but surely I can fit more than two on.
As Paul mentioned, it isn't file size. If you were writing those files to a data disc, then no problem. But since those DivX files must be uncompressed and re-encoded to MPEG2, the files become MUCH larger. The easiest way is to keep track of how much time is on a disc. For BEST quality, you can get only one hour of video. This applies for any software. The more 'time' you add - the lesser the quality.
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