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Thread: How Do I Squeeze An Avi File On A Cd

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    Hello folks,

    New to this stuff I downloaded a move which is a little bit big to fit on 700Meg CD. Is there a way to reduce the size of the avi file?

    Thanks for your help.

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    Skillian's Avatar T H F C f a n BT Rep: +1
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    You can cut the credits off the end with virtualdub. This might make it small enough. This page will show you how.

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    Originally posted by Skillian@3 March 2003 - 02:12
    You can cut the credits off the end with virtualdub. This might make it small enough. This page will show you how.
    Thanks Skillian it worked like a champ!!! This is too much fun!!

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    No probs. Glad it worked for you B)

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    In the future try not having to edit the movies, simply use CDRWIN to overburn. I find it works much easier and then allows for re-sharing the file without making it a different version on Kazaa. Questions regarding this please reply.

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    WOW, IT IS GREAT (sorry I'm shouting but it's GREAT)

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    Originally posted by arie_huberts@3 March 2003 - 13:51
    WOW, IT IS GREAT (sorry I'm shouting but it's GREAT)
    Exactly what is so great? Please reply so we will know what the heck is so great, I would appreciate it, thanks.

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    Sharedaddy's right, it's alot better to overburn the disc. sure if you're unlucky the disc might get bad, but a blank cd costs almost nothing these days.

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    Not to mention Ugluk, that if you wanted to re-share the movie at any point it would be a totally new file and nop one else would have it on Kazaa, overburning means that at any point in the future you could re-share the file and it would be the same file and thus probably still shared by many.

    I wish the original poster would have included the file name and size he was working on, I am very interested in what he was trying to burn, as my collection is over 1000 now and I have been able to burn 99 percent of them without any special handling.

  11. Movies & TV   -   #10
    I'm new at this burning CDs and all. I have a movie that says it's 716,614 KB on the first CD & 715,908 KB on the second. I have 700 MB CDs to burn them on but for some reason (it shows to be in AVI form) it starts to burn & then stops because of an error. What am I doing wrong? Is there not enough space on the disks, or do I need to convert something? I have a more detailed posting if you want, listed under new topics.

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