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burning dvd

bill haynes


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If the movie has to be encoded or recoded, that part of the operation could easily take 4 or 5 times the duration of the movie, depending on your computer's capabilities. The actual burning of the DVD should take up to a quarter of an hour.


You can separate the encoding/recoding from the burning by "burning" [encoding] to an Image or a DVD folder instead of a disc. Then you burn the image or folder to a disc in a separate operation.

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