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Cant burn some movies like vantage point and shoot em up why?

My dvd shrink cant burn some movies like shoot em up it is the 3.2 version what should i do

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Im trying download a movie that say it 2 hours 15minutes long so i got a double sided dvd to try to download it but it keep said will not fix so could i shrink the movie even if the dvd has 120 minutes on...


yes... Nero Vision which is part of Nero will allow you to do this by reducing the quality of the movie. It will tell you the overall burn quality that the movie will burn.

DVD Shrink will allow you to backup movies that are over 4.7GB on to a 4.7 GB DVD by doing the same.

Hope this helped you!

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How to convert dvd +r to dvd -r


Use DVD Shrink & Nero Burning Rom

1. Put the DVD +R in your computer's DVD burner drive
2. Open DVD Shrink
3. With 'Full Disc' checked, click 'Open Disc' button.
4. Choose settings as required.
5. After it does the quick preview, click 'Backup'
6. When it prompts you to insert a DVD insert a DVD-R
7. Close the dvd DVD drive.
8. When done, enjoy the movie.

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Writing multiple movies on single d v d


A standard DVD movie is about 8GB. However it is possible to put the same movie onto a CD. You will need to use MP4 or DIVX compression in order to squeeze it to fit. The quality is quite good. Google for free software to encode a DVD movie to AVI. Then you can burn it to DVD

May 30, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Latest version. DVD Shrink. Nero8 (Todays downloads) On two Laptops. Didn't have this problem with PC's.. Shrink working ok. Nero 8 Burning dvd's. Lap tops read /Play fine. Home dvd players to home TV...


try not to do anything or open other program while its dvd shrinking or burning....bcoz dvd shrinking and burning occupies lot of memory cache and cpu usage.

GOOD DAY

Sep 15, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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HP DVD740b


ok , try these alternative solutions

CD Burner XP (Freeware)


CloneCD (Trial Version)

also what are you trying to burn ?

eg. If you're trying to burn a DVD movie you may find that some have copy protection on them and will fail to burn.

Try DVD Shrink



goodluck trying this.

Thanks

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DVD Shrink


Try Downloading Media Ver. 11 from microsoft web site

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Can't burn movies onto dvd


in the software that u use to burn dvd...may be nero or roxio turn the dvd option on or select the dvd burning option.......u cannot use the xp writing sotware to burn dvds

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Shrink-it


Are you talking about DVD Shrink? Actually it is quite simple..

First you open the DVD from the menu list, and it will run through a process of loading the DVD movie.

Then you decide if you wish to extract all the languages. If not, the compression will be less, and the quality better. Just uncheck the languages you do not need.

Then, click the Backup Button. A wizard will come up and you decide where you wish to save you movie. It will compress the movie and save it so you can burn it later. Or, you can burn it right then to another DVD (although I would prefer to do this separately.)

Now, I do not use Shrink anymore, as many protections that the new movies have cannot be broken, and Shrink will not work on them anymore.

Good luck!

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