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Thread: How Do I Convert .avi Into A 700mb Mb Cd?

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    I'm trying to put a 678 MB avi movie into a VCD which hold 700 MB. How can i burn and fit it into the CD? The size changes to more than 700MB when i try to burn it.

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    use TEMPGenc just look for it through google or from Kazaa Lite's home page.

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    cant find it link please?

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    VCD format is larger than avi, it won't fit on one cd. Use TEMPGenc lik 007 said, you'll have to split it to put it on cds.

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    Originally posted by Broken@8 September 2003 - 00:37
    VCD format is larger than avi, it won't fit on one cd. Use TEMPGenc lik 007 said, you'll have to split it to put it on cds.
    --- How can i split that whole file into two??

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    Depends you can use avichop or virtualdub to split in avi format, or tmpgenc to split in mpg format. Take a look and choose whatever it is you prefer,editing guides.

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    You can use the source range setting in TMPGEnc.
    Just Encode the first half then the second half using the source range setting.

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    Ok heres the problem. I have Matrix Reloaded which is 678MB in .AVI format, and I've used TMPGenc , but it says cannot open the file or its un supported. I have no clue whats wrong.

    Can someone walk me trhough it?



    Filename: The.Matrix.Reloaded.DivX.TS-DaDuck.avi

    687MB -- 2:06 mins.

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    There is guide here http://www.dvdrhelp.com/tmpgenc.htm

    The problem you had is explained near the bottom.
    It may be worth having a read through.

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