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Multiple Video Clips To A Single Dvd


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Hi every one,

 

Just bought (December 2011)Easy VHS to DVD. The software is quite simple but lacks versatility. Most frustrating is I can not copy multiple VHS clips on a single DVD... as Roxio claims it can do. Unless there is something I don't see or understand. Here is my problem : when after saving one clip I try to copy another clip the software tells me my DVD is not recordable. I have tried with both DVD-R and DVD-RW and I get the same message. I have a new desktop PC(Acer) equiped with an Athlon dual processor, 3GB memory, 500GB disk, Win7, DirectX 11, nVidia GeForce graphic card and a Super multi DVD unit. So I don't think my PC is at fault.

 

Otherwise the software works good... as long as only one sequence of one (1) to two (2) hours is programed. So, does anyone knows why multiple clips can not be copied to one disk.

 

Thank you.

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Hi every one,

 

Just bought (December 2011)Easy VHS to DVD. The software is quite simple but lacks versatility. Most frustrating is I can not copy multiple VHS clips on a single DVD... as Roxio claims it can do. Unless there is something I don't see or understand. Here is my problem : when after saving one clip I try to copy another clip the software tells me my DVD is not recordable. I have tried with both DVD-R and DVD-RW and I get the same message. I have a new desktop PC(Acer) equiped with an Athlon dual processor, 3GB memory, 500GB disk, Win7, DirectX 11, nVidia GeForce graphic card and a Super multi DVD unit. So I don't think my PC is at fault.

 

Otherwise the software works good... as long as only one sequence of one (1) to two (2) hours is programed. So, does anyone knows why multiple clips can not be copied to one disk.

 

Thank you.

 

A standard 4.7GB DVD can hold around 60 minutes of video at the best (HQ) quality setting when burning the DVD. If you source file is longer it will have to be compressed to fit on a DVD with a resulting loss of quality.

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