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Old 2 Dec 2004, 09:30 AM   #1
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I need a little help. I have toyed with numerous programs with little luck. I need to put more than one episode of a tv show onto 1 dvd. I converted an .avi that was about 300mb to mpeg-2 and now it is 2.76gb. So what i need to do is make the mpeg-2 smaller so i can put more on a dvd.

I have tmpgenc author and plus as well as dvd2one. So if i could use these programs it would be great--- but if not thats fine as well.

If anyone could help me out with this it would be greatly appriciated!!!!!!!!!!
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Check to see what the resolution of your avi is. You could use 1/2 D1 (352x480) with a lower bitrate which will result in a smaller mpeg file.
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Old 2 Dec 2004, 09:57 AM   #3
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Lets say i use WinAvi to convert the .avi into dvd format (.vob etc.) Then will i be able to compress the dvd format file with a compression program? and if so what program would work.
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If you make the compliant dvd files in the VIDEO_TS folder then you can use Dvdshrink to compress the video to fit on one blank dvd.
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