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5,9 GB on one normal 4,7 GB DVD


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FBM

Posted 27 January 2007 - 09:31 PM

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Hello,
now since i have DVD Lab Pro i'm enyoing creating DVD's so i made a nice DVD with the Jump in the Studio DVD.
I've created the menu already but i didn't linked it to the DVD files because i want a 1 DVD version, and not a 2, but because it's 5,9 GB i have to pick 2.
Can somebody tell me how to make it to 4,6 or 4,7 GB?
So it can fit with the Menu on 1 DVD?

Thank you

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Posted 27 January 2007 - 10:15 PM

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There is already a 1 DVD version with all the JITS videos, authored by Leglessmoof.

The video can be compressed to fit, but there will inevitably be some quality loss. Try searching http://www.videohelp.com for information about doing that. Another option is to burn your project onto a dual layer DVD, which holds around 8 GBs.

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Posted 27 January 2007 - 10:24 PM

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There is already a 1 DVD version with all the JITS videos, authored by Leglessmoof.


I know, but i like to do it myself..No offence to him but
1.) I have onlay like 15 DVD's and i think he has all the DVD's i have
2.)I like doing a DVD menu by myself.


Thanks for the link, but how much quality would there be loss?
I think there is a Met on Tour DVD out. the first version is on 1 DVD and the second on 6. So there must be really much quality loss.
But yeah i think you're i'm going to do it on 2 DVD's know, let me see..

I hope it's ok that i used the Menu artwork from here for you

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Posted 28 January 2007 - 12:08 AM

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That's what the menus are for. :good:

Well, leglessmoof's version is the best available, the 6 disc version doesn't actually have to be that big, as the videos are VCD quality. Leglessmoof had reasons, I don't really remember what they were, but I have his version and it's a good one.

As for quality loss, I really couldn't tell you, I just know there would be some because you're taking something very large and making it smaller.

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Posted 01 January 2010 - 05:19 PM

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Try Nero Recode or Clone DVD
Those can shrink any DVD 9 into one 4.7GB DVD (DVD 5)

some quality losses has to be made however

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Posted 29 November 2010 - 01:00 AM

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You could try DVD shrink:
http://www.dvdshrink.org/




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