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    i have recorded a 2 hour show with my ATI All in Wonder Pro 9800 and i was able to cut it to 1.5 hours after cutting comercials. but it still says the file is to large to fit on a DVD. can someone help me fit this on a dvd? im trying to use MY DVD or Roxio. by the way if i cut the record quality down then it wont let me use the file. it has to be set to dvd quality for you to burn it i guess. i need help!!!!!! is there some other software that would allow me to burn at a different quality or something? im lost!!!!

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    If you've already created a FULL set of required DVD files (.IFOs, .BUPs, .VOBs) on your hard drive, you can use DVD Shrink to compress them to fit on one DVD.

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    how do i use dvd shrink? do i have to buy that or do i have it?

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    You can download DVD Shrink from the official site at:

    http://www.dvdshrink.info/

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    what are some of the most compatible dvd+r/rw brands for dvd players?

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    Ritek has proven to be most reliable...

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    where can you buy those? what about Memorex and Sony?

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    i am burning copies with dvd x copy platinum....and i was wondering if anyone knows a website where i can get a pic of the complete case....FRONT and BACK cover and even the spine if possible. so i can make cases.

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    "i am burning copies with dvd x copy platinum....and i was wondering if anyone knows a website where i can get a pic of the complete case....FRONT and BACK cover and even the spine if possible. so i can make cases."

    1) Contact the website from which you purchased this commercial software

    2) Why would you have to make more than one case?

    3) I guess this means you chose not to bother obtaining (FREEWARE) DVD Shrink?

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    because the dvd is rented so i cant scan the case cuz it doesnt come with it. this is a seperate issue than i originally posted so i dont think shrink really matters here but i just wanted to see if you guys knew. what do you mean contact the website?

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    Originally posted by jdub187
    because the dvd is rented so i cant scan the case cuz it doesnt come with it...

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    "i am burning copies with dvd x copy platinum...the dvd is rented"

    Discussing anything to do with copying media you don't own is against the rules of this forum...

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    my bad.........just lookin for some answers

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