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Thread: Should it take 2 Hours to render a DVD

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    Default Should it take 2 Hours to render a DVD

    It just took me 2 hours to render a 60 min DVD is this to long . I have a 2.8 Gig machine 500 Meg ram 120 Gig HD. The DVD was unusable. As this was my fiest DVD I have no idea what is going on.

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    elephix2 Guest

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    2 Hours for an hour long DVD is normal.
    It seems like a long time, but due to all the rendering and encoding, it takes about that long - plus you have to incorporate the Burn time.

    You're good to go my friend.
    (i let mine run over night, or when I leave the house)

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