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When burning one CONTINUOUS file no matter the length, the burn/transfer to DVD is fine. However, when trying to burn multiple files to ONE DVD, such as: start/stop files from a video camera(at a wedding) where the files are separate and perhaps a "GAP' exists between takes then the software may take one file then stop and the resultant data on the DVD is not good and the time counter stops anyway. I have wasted a DVD if it's a (+/-DVD). How should one try to accomodate a VHS file with more than one continuous file?

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This is EASY VHS to DVD, Rev C, P/N 242500, Version..111B25F and it has been fully updated!

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When burning one CONTINUOUS file no matter the length, the burn/transfer to DVD is fine. However, when trying to burn multiple files to ONE DVD, such as: start/stop files from a video camera(at a wedding) where the files are separate and perhaps a "GAP' exists between takes then the software may take one file then stop and the resultant data on the DVD is not good and the time counter stops anyway. I have wasted a DVD if it's a (+/-DVD). How should one try to accomodate a VHS file with more than one continuous file?

Thank you...Francis1535

 

 

Never capture direct to DVD., capture first to your hard drive and later burn those captured videos to a DVD.

 

Once the prgram stops capturing because of gaps it cannot continue and all you have is a coaster.

 

BTW, a standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at the best quality setting. Depending on the VHS2DVD version you have, you may be limited to this setting when you capture/burn to DVD direct.

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