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Thread: Whats the best file to save as to burn to a disc on SV 9?

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    Default Whats the best file to save as to burn to a disc on SV 9?

    Sorry if its a bit of a simple question to some on here but I am learning as go along.

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    If you mean a DVD disk the file format should be an MainConcept mpeg2 with the DVD Architect template. PAL for UK or NTSC for USA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    If you mean a DVD disk the file format should be an MainConcept mpeg2 with the DVD Architect template. PAL for UK or NTSC for USA.
    Hi mate.
    Tried what you said and still no luck.The video I am trying to put on to the DVD is only 3 miutes long and is 121MB in size.Is this a normal size for a a short video.

    Keep getting the message that there is not enough space on the disc.

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    121 Mb for a three min film is normal. Unless you are trying to write to a disk that already has someting on it, the "not enough space on the disk" message can't be right. A notmal DVD holds 4.7Gb, even a CD holds about 800Mb.

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