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Old 4 Jan 2013, 06:44 AM   #1
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Default Understanding DVD Flick

I am having an issue with DVD Flick's 1.3.0.7 Build 783 guide; currently on their web site at their web site;
sorry ... forum would not accept me posting the url address.

Pages 11-13 appear to discuss the possibility of having too many files in the process, which will cause a 'shut-down' ... my word. This I understand; that too many bytes will exceed the disk limit.

But then, at the end of these pages, it leads one to believe that there is a process to ... apparently (again my word) ... be able to add, or adjust file settings so that another file (or 2) can be inserted.

I have tried to decipher their comments by following their postings; all to no avail. I am trying to burn a 7-series TV show (John Adams) video files, and subtitles, to a DVD-R; and it won't accept even the 7th series number.

Is my presumption misinterpreted by chance? If so, any suggestions; or is it a mute point? I realize I could burn 2 disks; but as a 'newbie' to the process, had hopes of using only 1 disk.

TIA

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