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Old 9 Nov 2006, 01:10 PM   #1
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First I must say how impressed I am with DVDRB Pro 1.12.1 and HC. Ihave processed about 4 DVD's so far (full movie and menues) and burn w/ image burn 2.0 directly (no .iso generation).
When I went burn the one, I got:

"There doesn't appear to be enough space on the disc to burn the image
Image size: 2,297,376 Sectors (4,487 MB)
Disc Size: 2,295,104 Sectors (4,482 MB)

Would you like to continue anyway?" y/n

I clicked yes and did the burn.

I watched the whole movie today, except for the extras (I'll do later), and there was no issue.

Is there a setting somewhere in DVD RB P or HC that I missed?

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Old 9 Nov 2006, 02:11 PM   #2
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If you're burning to a -R it will be safe (assuming high quality media). It's too big for a +R

If you have a TargetSectors hidden setting in your INI file, it might be an idea to lower it by 5,000 sectors.

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I used a +R w/bboktype to ROM. Then main movie played OK, but I haven't watched the extras yet.
I'll investigate the targetsectors setting. I did a search and got a couple of hits regarding that.

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Old 10 Nov 2006, 09:26 AM   #4
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I am having the same problem. Although when I see what the actual file size of the image is, it says it is 4,700,580 kb. THis has only happened on a few movies, usually they will result in a file size around 4,300,000 kb. I am using -r discs and when imgburn tells me the img is too big I try to continue anyway and Imgburn gives me an error message.
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Old 12 Nov 2006, 12:32 AM   #5
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In spite of the info/warning, it seems the burn is OK. But just to be on the safe side, I followed the help file in DVD RB PRo and added 2 lines to the rebuilder.ini files in the [options] area:
TargetSectors=2267500
HCTargetSectors=2267500

Last nite I rebuilt another DVD and tried to burn it this morning. Note: when I put in a blank +R media, imgburn reports: Free space 4,700,372,292 bytes and 2,295,104 sectors.
When I hit the burn, i get an info/warning that image is 2,296,469 (4,703,846,400) do you want to burn anyway? I hit yes and the burn continues. No errors. After the burn, imgburn reports that the +R disc has files totalling 4,703,846,400 (2,296,469 sectors)

So what did I do wrong? Why is the image still too big?

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I actually run with 2,265,000 and get consistently good results (4.36 to 4.37). The formula that Robot1 gave a while back was to multiply the number in your TargetSectors by 1.013 for your actual sector output size.

So, 2267500 x 1.013 = 2297000 (rounded) = 4.38Gb = a bit too risky.

Take it down by 2500 or even 5000. As jdobbs says, it's like a drop of water in the ocean.

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10-4. I'll try 2,265,000. Didn't know about the 1.013 thingy. I'll search for Robot1.
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He's not hard to find He wrote RBOpt, which was used exclusively by bitrate tweakers before the beta viewer was introduced.

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I've heard U mention beta viewer b4. I've got it checked in DVD RB Pro, but what is supposed to happen?

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Do a prepare and then it will appear. You can change the BR by segment, or blank things etc.

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A HA!! I have been using 1-click, that's why i didn't see it.

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I actually run with 2,265,000 and get consistently good results (4.36 to 4.37). The formula that Robot1 gave a while back was to multiply the number in your TargetSectors by 1.013 for your actual sector output size.

So, 2267500 x 1.013 = 2297000 (rounded) = 4.38Gb = a bit too risky.

Take it down by 2500 or even 5000. As jdobbs says, it's like a drop of water in the ocean.

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Blutach, have you tested this with HC 0.19.1, it does not seem to be consistent with the size output !!!
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I haven't used HC for a while now. I experimented with it for a few encodes about 6 months back (version 16 or 17). So, sorry.

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