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Thread: Movie To Long For 1 Cd

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    manbeast
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    when i`ve downloaded a film like (attack of the clones) 815.000mb somthing like that how can i put it on 2 disc`s have tryed 99mins disc but it won`t play back at all........help............plzzzzzzzzzz...........................

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  3. Movies & TV   -   #2
    Is it an *.avi or *.mpg movie?

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    Splitting movies can be quite intensive and irritating and may in some instances cause synch issues. I would suggest buying 90 minute or 99 minute CD-R's. I use 90 min CD-R's for all movies over and above 740,000 kb's, less than I simply over burn using cdrwin.
    Try HERE for pretty good prices on 90 and 99 minute CD-R's. Good Luck.

  5. Movies & TV   -   #4
    Wouldn't want to be rude and all, be he wrote that he'd already tried with 99min cd's

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    Well splitting movies ain't that hard:


    if the movies in question are .avi files use this guide:

    Splitting .Avi files in NanDub

    if the movies in question are .mpg files then use this guide:

    Splitting .mpg files with TmpgEnc



    Good luck


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    manbeast
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    THANKS FOR THE INFOMATION GUY`S

  8. Movies & TV   -   #7
    if the file is a .mpg/.mpeg file ive found M2-editpro much easier faster reliable than tmpeg is..

  9. Movies & TV   -   #8
    I'd say Easy Video Splitter is very good.
    It auto splits movies in half amongst other options

    Ive had no probs using this,dead simple aswell.

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    Originally posted by PersianBulldog@10 April 2003 - 11:50
    Wouldn't want to be rude and all, be he wrote that he'd already tried with 99min cd's
    PB - He did not try right, there is no reason that it should not work on a 90 minute disc for that matter. He simply is using the wrong software in my opinion. I should have stated that my apologies. CDRwin is what I use to burn anything to my large capacity media, it works great and 815 mb's will fit on a 800 mb 90 min disc without issue. I think he may be doing more here than what he has stated, if he is trying to make a VCD or other than simple data there can be several different reasons for the disc not working.

    Others - And I did not state it was hard to split movies I stated it can be intensive and irritating, when it is so simple to just burn the darn thing to disc. However I have never tried some of your suggestions, I had used VD without any guide and was sort of unimpressed with my own work.

  11. Movies & TV   -   #10
    just a little note if its SVCD you can get 809MB on a 80min disc

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