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alecalec
15th January 2002, 13:15
Hello,

I cannot burn a movie who makes 702 megs with the subtitle on a cd of 80 min. I have a Mitsumi ct-4801 and i use cd creator. Can somebody give me advice to make this fit on my 80 min cd ? THanks

omol
15th January 2002, 14:27
Originally posted by alecalec
Hello,

I cannot burn a movie who makes 702 megs with the subtitle on a cd of 80 min. I have a Mitsumi ct-4801 and i use cd creator. Can somebody give me advice to make this fit on my 80 min cd ? THanks

Does your drive support overburn? Look into manual. Also, I'm not quite sure if Easy CD Creator, IMO the suckest CD author software on earth, supports overburn. Try Nero (http://www.ahead.de/) or Fireburner (http://www.fireburner.com/) if you want CD overburn and don't want to re-encode the movie.

regards,
omol

takeru
16th January 2002, 04:24
either your burner doesn't support burning that far, or the cdr brand you using doesn't have that much overburning capacity. i can go to at least 716megs on 80min tdk's on my yamaha 8424S.

caliburn
17th January 2002, 22:35
That drive does not support overburning.
I've PM'd you a link to a list of drives and their overburning compatibility.

Caliburn

UHT
18th January 2002, 02:46
if its possible you could clip the ending credits, or perhaps the little move studio intro at the beggining of the film

AM Tiainen
11th February 2002, 11:41
80min CD-R is 704MB not 700MB. So movie with subtitles can burn on 80min cd-r. You can also calculate easily CD-R capasity it goes like this: CD-R minutes x 8,8 = MB capasity.

UHT
11th February 2002, 12:51
the 4mb is for lead in and lead out tho, overburning isnt supported by all drives