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Solved: Burning Large Video onto one DVD or 2 question

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by XerXerz, Jan 17, 2008.

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  1. XerXerz

    XerXerz Thread Starter

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    Have a dvd(the video) that is 7 gb, how would I burn it either onto 1 dvd that is not dual-layer, or copy the dvd into two seperate non-dual layer dvds? Looking for a free solution.
     
  2. rickronn

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    Search on the web for Imgburn and DVD shrink. Use Imgburn to extract your DVD content first and then mount the .ISO file by virtual drive and use DVD shrink to split the file to fit on 2 regular 4.7G DVD disks.

    Search for Daemon Tool if you do not have a virtual drive.
     
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  4. XerXerz

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    Got to the part where you have to split the DVD using dvdshrink, need an explanation on how to do so. Where is the splitting option?
     
  5. XerXerz

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    Allright, after just putting into a VIDEO_TS folder, I had to use IfoEdit. This works, thanks.
     
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