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Splitting movie file

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by wizzkid, Feb 8, 2003.

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  1. wizzkid

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    Hi,


    I am posting this message for a friend of mine. The thing is neither he nor me know how to split a movie file between two disks. As the whole movie will not fit on one cd, we do not know how to burn part of the file then change to another disk and burn the rest. Is this possible or will other software be needed. His burning software is nero.

    Thanks people, Wizzkid.
     
  2. gooley

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    Go to vcdhelp.com. This is an excellent site for what you're looking for. Also contains many links to free d-loads of the programs you will need. Hope this helps!
     
  3. wizzkid

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    Yeah Ok, will check it out...:rolleyes:
     
  4. $teve

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    TMPGEnc will do all that for you
     
  5. wizzkid

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    Cheers steve, will look in to it.:D
     
  6. $teve

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    also,cd`s are now made at 90 minute 800mb and 99 minutes900mb,which makes it easier to fit some movies on one disk;)
     
  7. Cage72

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    For the (90 Min) 800mb and (99 Min)900 mb Cd, will those work on any CD Burner..or is limited to only Certain Brands/Models? I'm using a Plextor 48/24/48a Model. Thanks in Advance
     
  8. $teve

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    that is the big question...............you need software that will "overburn" and hardware that will support overburning.
    i use nero 5.5.10.0 and it does the job great...i think any version over 5 has this option.....my burner is an LG(the model is in my sig) and it supports overburn best speed ive found is 8x.
    ill find and post some info on this........stay tuned;)
     
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  10. Super-D-38

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    Again "EO Video" could be what you want.

    Give it a look.:D
     
  11. Cage72

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    What is the weblink to "EO Video"?
     
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  14. Cage72

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    Great...Thanks again guys
     
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