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Chapters

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How many chapters can be recorded? I assume it will be limited by disc space if unlimited?

In other words, is there a limit on how many created chapters can be put on a disk provided the sum of the chapters does not exceed the disk space? I am going to digitize old 8 mm single reel film, and each conversion will be a chapter.

 

I select a DVD title and list the clips on the right side of the screen, each one has a name. When I burn the DVD, the menu has a title with the clip names listed below. I have been calling the clip names chapters. Perhaps this isn't correct. I think Digital Duru has it right. One title, 99 chapters and one hour recording time. This answers my question, Thanks, Reid

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How many chapters can be recorded? I assume it will be limited by disc space if unlimited?

 

What do you mean by chapters recorded? Chapters are created when you authour(create) a DVD and are a "sub-division" of a movie or title on a DVD.

 

Please explain what you are trying to do.

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Max number of Chapters per TITLE is 99. This is set by the DVD standard - not Roxio. However, seems like a lot of people confuse Titles and chapters. You can add as many 'Titles' that you can fit on a disc. Just remember that you can only get ONE HOUR at the highest quality. More video will cause the software to compress the video more to make it fit.

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Nothing in the EVD 3 sorfware allows for "Chapters"

 

Please answer what Walt was asking (Post #2) and I am sure we can guide you along the right path ;)

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