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Old 21 Mar 2007, 07:59 AM   #1
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I have a movie called "Blood In Blood Out" maybe some of you have heard of it. Anyway, The movie alone without any extras or anything just the movie is over 7GB when I tried DVDShrink The best I could come up with was 57% and that is just not good enough. What I want to do is transcode it " I think that's what you call it" with no compression and put it on two 4.7GB DVDR-W. Now, The movie contains no MDS files and when I used IMG Burn And went to create "DVD MDS FILE" it wanted me to select a path to it or browse for one . I don't have any at all in any of my movies so far, SO, What is the solution this problem.

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If you are going to split your movie to two discs, you do not need a mds file.
You can use DVD Shrink to split your movie.
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Or, if you wanna keep the menus, use VobBlanker - guide on site.

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Sorry it took so long for me to get back here guys. I was kinda busy but thanks for the advice.


The movie is only 1 file. What I mean is when you open the drop down list in DVDShrink under main movie there is only 1, 7GB file so now what?

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Click on File and then on Open Disc Image and then choose your ISO.
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