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patcopete

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Still trying to read between the lines ;)

 

Guessing that you are Record DVD, which is high risk and not what anyone will recommend…

 

Even then if you look closely at the screen you have an option from 1 to 2 hours available with a 4.7 GB disc or Twice that with an 8.5 GB :o

 

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But what you have to give up for Time is Quality!

 

Most of us will NEVER try to put more than 1 hour on a 4.7 GB DVD or 2 hours if you have 8.5 GB’s. You are only starting with VHS Quality so there is nothing you can give up in the way of Quality :(

 

It is far better to use Record Edit & Save to capture, edit and burn your movies. You can easily split one that is outside those time limits and use 2 or more DVD’s ;)

 

 

Thanks. I think this answers my question.

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Yes!

 

But without knowing what you are specifically referring to and the version of software you have, a vague answer is all you can expect for now ;)

 

 

To be more specific:

 

I have recently installed;

 

Build: 201B23A, VHS

 

Roxio VHS to DVD (Build 210B23A ENU)

 

Technical Suport ID: VHStoDVDApp

 

When transferring from VHS to DVD, I only seem to be allowed one hour per DVD. Many of the items I wish to transfer are longer. Is there a way to transfer more that one hour onto a single DVD?

 

Thanks

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Still trying to read between the lines ;)

 

Guessing that you are Record DVD, which is high risk and not what anyone will recommend…

 

Even then if you look closely at the screen you have an option from 1 to 2 hours available with a 4.7 GB disc or Twice that with an 8.5 GB :o

 

post-39730-052889000 1317642344.jpg

 

post-39730-019414300 1317642346.jpg

 

But what you have to give up for Time is Quality!

 

Most of us will NEVER try to put more than 1 hour on a 4.7 GB DVD or 2 hours if you have 8.5 GB’s. You are only starting with VHS Quality so there is nothing you can give up in the way of Quality :(

 

It is far better to use Record Edit & Save to capture, edit and burn your movies. You can easily split one that is outside those time limits and use 2 or more DVD’s ;)

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