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VCD Burning

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by kidpro89, Apr 19, 2004.

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  1. kidpro89

    kidpro89 Thread Starter

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    is there a way to compress an avi file. I want to burn something that's 700 mb or 697 mb but i only have 700 mb CD-R.

    any way to compress the avi so i can burn it to a cd
     
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  3. kidpro89

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    thanx, would u be able to tell me the exact location on how to compress an avi file cause i need it before tomorrow.
     
  4. prunejuice

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    A 700MB CD-R will hold 800+ MB's of MPEG Layer 1 data.

    Strange but true.
     
  5. kidpro89

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    is there a program to do that cause nero wont let me burn a 700mb file onto a 700mb disk
     
  6. prunejuice

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    NERO will let you burn 800+ MB if you choose VideoCD.
     
  7. kidpro89

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    i have nero 6 do i need like one of the programs it goes with cause it keeps saying to put a cd with more mb. is there some things you have to click for it to work.
     
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    also does it matter what kind of cd u use?
     
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