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Old 22 Mar 2003, 06:45 PM   #1
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Default how can I fit an 800MB DivX video to a 700MB CD-r

how can I fit an 800MB DivX video to a 700MB CD-R? I've already converted my video in full resolution (720X480). but my video came out to be about 800MB. How can I fit the 800MB video to a 700MB CD-R?
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mode2cd is the key

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Old 25 Mar 2003, 05:34 PM   #3
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If it were me i would just reencode it using Virutal Dub. it takes way less time than the original encoding from vob to avi. it takes around 2hrs on my computer to reencode it to a smaller size compared to 6 or 7 hours for the original conversion from .vob to divx
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xcd...

Burn the cue as an image, then say "yes I want to ignore this message that tells me if I want to overburn"

then you have a good 800mb cd
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