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After DVDflick encodes movie IMGburn says not enough space indisk

I added a movie that i downloaded from utorrent, .avi xvid format, that was 3hours and 40minutes long and occupied 1.36GB, to DVD Flick to burn it into a "4.7GB" 120minute video Memorex DVD-RW and it agreed to encode it. After encoding it, IMGburn said there was not enough space in the dvd to burn it. I compared the video length of the movie to the video capacity of the Memorex DVD and realized it was too long. So I downloaded Virtualdub and split the movie in half, making each half 110minutes long and about 700MB each to burn each one into a separate DVD-RW. I put the first movie file into DVD Flick and again it agrees to encode the movie. After it encoded it, the same problem came up in IMGburn with it telling me there was not enough space in the dvd to burn the movie. Is it right or is there a problem with either DVD Flick, IMGburn, Virtualdub, or the movie file itself?

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hi there jake

seems like you need a software that does not encode a movie but instead "convert" the movie directly for burning. am i right?

you can use...easymoviecreator.

this software may need a litlle understanding but when you get the hang of it, im sure that youll find it easy to use and light weight. but anyway, i dont know whats your preference on your way to "convert" or "encode" movies. this will also reflect on the size of the movie you need to convert or encode right?

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Hello,

The Iomega 1TB ScreenPlay MX HD can play these formats in upto 1080i:

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How to rip CSS-protected DVD to AVI format for DVD backup?


First of all, to rip CSS-protected DVD to AVI format is possible with DVD decrypter program, but is confined to legal use of the DVD only. CSS-protection measure has long been the practice for preventing commercial DVDs from being copied to hard disk or cloned to reproduction. But we are allowed to use DVD decrypter to clone our expensive store bought CSS-protected DVD for DVD backup. As for DVD backup, it only makes sense to rip DVD to a format with DVD-like quality, smaller size and high portability. So this is why we are going to rip DVD to AVI format for the best DVD backup effort.
Normally, we need a DVD decrypter and a DVD converter to accomplish the task. But now we have an integrated program with comprehensible interface. It is called Leawo DVD Ripper.
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leawo-dvd-xvid-ripper.jpg Click open the "Profile" dropdown box, navigate to "Common Video" to make a choice on AVI profiles. We are going to use "Xvid Movie (*.avi)" profile, for the DVD-like picture quality and excellent sound quality. Based on MPEG-4 compression, it can guarantee the best ratio of quality to file size. As Xvid is an open-source codec, Xvid encoded AVI video is highly portable to be played on other PC easily.
dvd-xvid-profile.jpg Then click "Settings" to open codec control. You will see a list of codec parameters: Video Codec, Quality, Bit Rate, Video Size, Frame Rate, Aspect Ratio, etc.
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In this experiment, I will rip a 9 second segment of DVD to Xvid AVI in different Bit Rate settings. It is a repetitive action and I think it makes more sense to jump to the conclusion now.
dvd-xvid-codec-setting.jpg It is all right if this conclusive data table confuses you. It got me, too, in some senses. LOL. What is behind these data is an equation: File Size = (Video Bit Rate + Audio Bit Rate) * duration /8. If you are perceptive, you would notice this is not an accurate equation and there is small discrepancy between the custom video Bit Rate and the actual video Bit Rate. It is because the Video Bit Rate is vibrant but constant. The actual Video Bit Rate reflects the average of Video Bit Rate. The longer duration of the video is converted, the more approximate the actual Video Bit Rate is to the custom Video Bit Rate.
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Of course, DVD backup won’t be a valuable one if it doesn’t have DVD-like picture quality. Take a look at the comparison of the screenshots from 600Kbps Video Bit Rate setting, Low Profile, Medium Profile and High Profile.
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600Kbps and Low Profile have just been crossed off because of interior picture quality, while Medium Profile and High Profile are almost the same. If you take the 1.5 times file size multiplication lightly, High Quality Profile is your best choice. Otherwise, Medium Profile is the optimal choice for ripping DVD to Xvid AVI format for DVD backup, with good balance of video quality and file size.
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Cant open demuxer


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DIVX
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