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Thread: Burning 703meg Files On 700mb Cd.. (movie Avi Fie)

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    Hi pple,
    I need help in burning a 703 MB movie file (AVI) into a 700 Mb files, I use NERO also.
    But dknow how to overburn.. pls help
    ANY help thanks in advance

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    muchspl2
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    just turn over burn on, it under preferences I believe

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    You must also select "Disc-At-Once" not "Track-At-Once" as the write-method.

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    thanks guys for ur replies I'm gonna try it

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    on Nero 5:

    File->Preferences->Expert Features->Enable overburn....


    then after that you HAVE TO burn in Disc-at-once (DAO) to have overburn

    GL

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Is the file you want to burn 703 MB or 703,000 KB?
    I ask this because movies are compressed to perfectly fit 700 MB CDs and because people usually get confused with file sizes.

    If it's 703,000 KB then it will fit on a 700 MB CD because 703,000 KB = 686.5 MB and not 703 MB.

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    last i checked, some CDRs actually come with 703, no overburn required LOL

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    yea dude 703MB also fit in a 700mb....usually no overburn required...

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
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    thanks for all ur replies...
    The files is not 700300 KB, its 703Mb, thanks guys for ur replies..

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    how big of a file can u burn on a regular disk with overburn


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