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Thread: Importing Home Footage DVD's

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    Default Importing Home Footage DVD's

    Hey, I have just dug out all my old hi8 footage that I stored on DVD's using a DVD Recorder.

    I imported them using Corel Video Studio X2 Pro onto my Capture Drive (normally for DV via Firewire) which produced a .mpg file.

    It all worked perfectly the footage was good no dropped frames or anything but when I defragged the capture drive it tells me that Windows couldnt defrag some of the files....which turned out to be all the .mpg files....

    I wanted to stretch the footage from 4:3 to 16:9 anyways so I used video studio to do that and then Saved the project as a .avi (same as my firewire captured files)

    The files still wont defragment even as .avi....
    Is there a reason why these files wont defragment?
    Is it because there original source is from DVD?

    Has anyone got any idea's?

    Cheers
    King Otoss

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    it could be the size of the files, to be honest i wouldn't worry about it.

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