Login now. As others have said 80 min CDs will hold more (but not much more) than 700 MB. A 790MB file one 700MB disc. This is not the same as a DVD - some players will play them, some won't. http://todayspec.com/how-to/backup-to-disc.php
All Rights Reserved. While this sounds like a lot, my pc can recompress in under 4 mins each time. Powered by vBulletin™Copyright © 2014 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Try opening the disc up in Windows Media Player and see what happens.posted by blag at 4:53 PM on September 17, 2005 I haven't read the whole thread so someone may http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/291828-Need-help-burning-a-700mb-file-onto-a-disc-to-be-played-on-DVD-player
All rights reserved. something? I want to burn a 700mb .avi file onto a single 700mb CD. HandBrake decided to remove the targeted feature, the reason is the quality of the video.
Truly a miracle! Thanks in a advance. I would try DIKO then. How To Compress Video Files To Burn On Dvd All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices caret-downclockcommentemailfacebookfeedgo-to-bottomgo-to-topheartlog-outmoonpencilsearch-whitetwittercoglistusermefi-shirtbracketed-plusdown-arrowhtml-bracket-lefthtml-bracket-rightslashtwo-linesboldclosehyperlinkicon_19502icon_248icon_299italicmedia1media2media4media5media7media8musicnote Ask MetaFilter querying the hive mind Log In Sign Up MetaFilter AskMeFi FanFare Projects Music Jobs IRL MetaTalk More Best
Also, I've found that in practice 700 MB CDs hold less than 700MB of files, which is why I said even those files just approaching 700 wouldn't fit. however, just because a DVD player claims to be able to play VCDs does not always mean that the one you've written will be watchable.posted by fishfucker at 5:13 PM on some video editors will also have their own burning plugin somewhere as well... https://forums.techguy.org/threads/avi-to-svcd-fit-700mb-disc.694889/ Stay logged in Sign up now!
and .avi is an example of that type of compression, although pure DV .avi (non compressed audio video interleaved) will give each frame its own information, and do it in real 700mb Movies Free Download You really need Nero though, again, there are loads of cheap/free programs out there which can do some of the stuff. that shouldn't be the case - more likely you're missing codecs. May 28, 2006 #6 Samstoned TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,018 torrenter use virtualdub to change and then dvdshrink to fit most stand alone dvd players play SVCD's if you have not done
If you want smaller format you can make so called XVCD with lower video bitrate. if that then i suggest you split the avi file into 1/2 (using an app like virtualdub for example, its free) and then put it ontpo 2 CDs using Nero (like How To Burn A Large File To A 700mb Cd No, create an account now. Compress Dvd Movies cool_toad [ Reply ]I tried this MAgic DVD.
Windows Media Player can open this if you point it there, but VLC is much better, IMHO. have a peek at these guys I read somewhere it's 760MB but I definitely remember I got a 800MB MPEG2 fit on a SVCD before. Nero will burn image files (bin/cue) of 700 MB onto a CD in a few minutes (depending on the speed of your burner). Is there something that this software will do that will make the files smaller? Compress Dvd To Mp4
like roxio or dvd shrink for example, but i think google is your answer to this (little homework doesnt hurt). Most programs just say 'press' to convert .avi to DVD and even then the outcomes are sometimes different. This gives me more bits for thevideo.According to the bitrate calculator FitCD, for 90 minutes, [email protected] 112, I'd use tmpgenc 2-pass vbr and set average bitrate to 1104(that's the important number) http://todayspec.com/how-to/backup-disc.php I normally keep the audio at 224Kb/s MPEG-1, Layer II and adjustthe video bitrate (2+pass VBR) to just barely fill the CDR (use a bitratecalculator).Any longer than that and you have
My recommendation: get a DVD player that can play AVIs directly. Handbrake Target Size I think it's too much of a waste for a DVD, sure i can use programs like DVD Flick, DVD Santa, DVD FAB Platinum, ConvertX to DVD etc, there're HEAPS of I just got one for 80 dollars from superstore.posted by Iax at 1:58 AM on September 18, 2005 You can also get 90min 800MB discs.
Then, I can edit my video to the exact length in the future without wasting the space on CD (or without making MPEG2 that won't fit on a CD). Quote 11th Jul 200803:12 #2 Baldrick View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Join DateAug 2000 LocationSweden I guess your dvd player doesn't That's pretty cool. 700mb Movies Free Download Mkv Thanks, needed to know this.
Custom size, rip to drive, then open what was ripped and shrink it again. You do need a DVD player that plays VCDs. By dvdnewbie64 in forum Newbie / General discussions Replies: 9 Last Post: 17th Apr 2008, 21:44 « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Quick Style Chooser: -- VideoHelp Classic ---- VideoHelp this content But my mate's is an old one and it won't read 800 mb discs and I want to give him the movies.
Am I missing something? there are other freewares or paid programs you could try.. So after changing to the VCD format, it's larger. A better question becomes: what is the biggest SVCD compliant MPEG2 can you fit on a 700MB CD-R?
Get the answer AnonymousJun 4, 2004, 1:00 AM Archived from groups: rec.video.desktop (More info?)Thank you all for the information and link. Steve 10-28-2003 04:32 PMSteve Feedback DOWNLOAD DR.DIVX CHOOSE TO ENCODE 8 OR 900MB AVI OR MPG THIS WILL TAKE 3-6 HOURS BUT U WILL BE ABLE TO PUT IT ON 700MB I assume for the avi files I can just stick them onto the CD the same way I would transfer any other file to a CD. Please read.
How do I do this? Try downloading a media player called VLC which has a whole bunch of common codecs built in, and see if that plays your unplayable files. and remember that the amount of compression will also determine how much the video file looses some video or audio quality... Ask !
and as for the XVCD format with lower video bitrate, that means the video quality is worse rite? And imagine people who doesn't have a DVD writer, they can't do it this way then, so PLEASE DON'T SUGGEST anything related to what i just said. You should get... 45 minutes or an hour of reasonable-quality video (better than VCR, worse than DVD, IMO) on a single CD. Keeps decent quality too!There are also some program that can fit up to 16 hours of video on a dvd, they compress to a lower resolution, but they can have problems
I just need a simple program that does everything for me. I'm not sure if my DVD player can play .avi files or not, is there a easy and fast way to check? It costs money but is the best I have found. Geckoandfly is more than a tech blog, our goal is to create simple tutorials for the average user, it is where we review products and more.