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Help needed burning a big file to cd

Q: Help needed burning a big file to cd

Hey guys,
I have some really big files on my pc. They are books on tape and well there big. And the average cd wont fit the files. What I am wondering is if there is any way to make the file split across multiple discs? I do not know if there is a program that can do it for me or not but i have tried file splitters and manual splits, well no accurate time is given from the splitter or auto split will make two files that will not fit on disc but the rest will fit without trouble. If anyone has a program to split the files accross multiple cds please let me know.
-new tech guy

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I have a movie on my computer that I would like to burn. My question is, to get it to play on my DVD player, what format does the file have to be in, and can I just use a regular DVD-R?
 

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Hi,

I am trying to burn a movie to DVD, it's split into two parts both .avi files. The only burning software I seem to have is windows dvd maker. SO far so good. Most films so far have worked fine, however a problem seems to occur when trying to burn the movies that are in two parts.

I get an error message that is as follows:

"CANNOT CREATE THE DVD>

One or more of the files that were added in DVD maker could not be decoded correctly. Verify that you have the decoding software installed on your computer that can decode the different files, and then try again"

From here, I don't know what to do. Any help would be much appreciated.

Rob

A:Dvd burning - help needed!!

Let me get this straight first,
you want to burn those 2 .avi files onto ONE disk as ONE movie? or as TWO movies?

I assume you want the DVD to be able to play on regular dvd players right?

This is what happens when you try to burn a video file to a 'dvd player compatible' DVD disk:

DVD movies use certain codecs (MPEG I believe) so unless your .avi is already in the same codec as a dvd movie it will have to be recoded.
This basically means decoding the video into a 'raw' video stream and then re-encoding it in the desired format.

Depending on the encoding used in your .avi file different decoding codecs might be needed to perform that task. If you are unwilling to get dvd burning software that has the required codecs for this (NERO burning rom would probably suit your needs)
you can also try to download a video-recoding program that allows you to recode the .avi file first into the desired format so your burning software won't have to.

I'm not sure if there are any freeware programs for that task out there or what program would be best to use as I personally haven't used any for a while now so you'll have to look around.

I highly suggest just going for NERO burning rom though because it is probably the easiest quickest solution.

Good luck!

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Hi, thank you for reading my post.

I Run Nero 6 with vision express for burning my movies, but what i have noticed when trying to copy an .AVI to Nero it does all the converting and burning ok except on play back there is a very slight pause every second or so throughout the film.

This periodic stutter although not too noticable is watchable but i would rather try and get a exact copy. The split second pause doesnt affect the sound or sync yet on the original avi played on the pc there is no stuttering so its something being caused by the recoding.....but i dont know how to rectify it.

I have tried copying at the slowest and fasted speeds but nothing helps..

Any ideas anyone.

Cheers

Lee.

A:Burning DVD's...advice needed.

Maybe try some different media.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/burning-dvds-advice-needed-85142.html
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thanks
 

A:burning DVD, dual layer needed?

Try this;http://www.dvdshrink.org/
Guide http://www.mrbass.org/dvdshrink/flipper/
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-dvd-dual-layer-needed.247699/
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Thanks!!
 

A:HELP NEEDED ASAP - DVD-r burning from camcorder

Does the camcorder have any kind of "Finalize Disc" function? If so, you probably need to finalize the disc on the camcorder before it become playable on any stand alone DVD player or DVD player software on a computer.

FWiW, your post was a bit confusing; you say "videotaped" and then talk about using a DVD-R. Video Tape and DVD and two totally different media.
 

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A:Proshow burning problem - HELP NEEDED

Welcome...

no duplicates please...

respond here...http://forums.techguy.org/t330153.html

closing this one.

buck
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/proshow-burning-problem-help-needed.330927/
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A:DVD burning failing... experts needed

acd12 said:

Communication failure
Click to expand...

Try uninstalling the dvd burner, shut down and unplugged the burner. Plug the burner back in before booting back up, then reinstall the drivers. I was having some issues with burning dvd's and it wasn't solved until I got a new mobo. Check your connections on your motherboard make sure they are secure. Try again and see if that works. If it is the burner, try and Lite-On one, just a suggestion
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dvd-burning-failing-experts-needed.398170/
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A:DVD Burning software advice needed

try virtualdub --link
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dvd-burning-software-advice-needed.67299/
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A:Nero fast burning cd/dvd plugin help needed

Have you tried updating your drive's firmware?

Also, try using a free software like ImgBurn to burn your DVDs.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/nero-fast-burning-cd-dvd-plugin-help-needed.120297/
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A:How much room needed on cd for burning favorites/bookmarks

You're previous thread asking this question was moved to the browsers & mail section. Here is the answer i provided from your previous thread:

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Does it say what plugin you need?

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hey

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My question is 'Can Vista burn files'.

Thanks

A

Os is Vista Home Premium, 32 bit

A:Burning iso file

Hello,

I don't mean to be rude at all, and you may not have done this, but you must copy the contents of the .iso to the disk, not the .iso itself. If you don't know how to burn an .iso, I would recommend using the free 7-Zip: Download

Download, install it, and then open the .iso in it. When it comes up, copy all the files to the DVD, then burn the DVD using windows, or use your Roxio to burn a Data disk, and select the iso and DVD drive. The DVD will most probably be formatted, and so all current data on it will be lost, so back it up.

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A:Burning a .iso file

Are you burning it as an image file? Sounds like you;re burning it as though it were a data file (which is why you see an ISO file on the DVD. If burned correctly as an image file, you won't see it on the DVD) The ISO is actually the image of a DVD disc surface to be burned. It's not a data file

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A:Burning IMG file to DVD

Where did the IMG file come from? Are you sure of the format of the file?
 

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A:burning .avi file to a dvd

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-avi-file-to-a-dvd.735356/
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A:Burning a .bin file to CD?

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Hello dbrown4400 and welcome to TSF!

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A:Burning a DVD from a VOB file

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-a-dvd-from-a-vob-file.853337/
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A:ASF file burning, Please help!

Nero 6 Ultra Edition, http://www.nero.com

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/asf-file-burning-please-help.220968/
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OK

The easiest way around your trouble is to download a program like Movie Factory 3 or Nero Vission Express. These programs are used for creating movies with a menu system just like the ones you see and rent from a video store, or purchase off the shop. They are capable of taking all sorts of movie types such as MPG, AVI including WMV and making a movie DVD out of them.

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A:Burning CD's & file sizes

Burn it as a data CD so your burning software doesn't try to turn
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-cds-file-sizes.790957/
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A:Burning zip file with iso image on same DVD

you can add drivers to a ISO file,what is in the zipped files?

what are you using to burn the ISO

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Thank you,
Ezekiel

P.S. Happy Thanksgiving to all whom are celebrating today.
 

A:Burning a .dmg format file

the .DMG is a means to MOUNT an image, which normally is not required.

put the software/files on the CD or DVD and then insert to the mac.

Most of the time, an 'installer' is not necessary at all.

Care to tell us more details so we can make better comments?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/burning-a-dmg-format-file.138681/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-avi-file-no-audio.600415/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-best-method-for-burning-flv-file-to-dvd.1103891/
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In the absence of any comments from anyone else, it might help others if I add some more on this in the light of further experience and research.

1. Windows 7 Help goes into some detail about Live File System (LFS) and the various versions of UDF that are available. What it doesn't explain is that the Mastered file system in the Windows CD burner is not the same as it was in XP. That was defined by Windows as CDFS, and as far as I can tell, was a version of ISO 9660. However, a CD recorded using the Mastered option in Windows 7 seems to be a hybrid of ISO 9660 (CDFS) and UDF (presumably the default 2.01 version): such CDs are identified by Windows XP and higher as UDF, but a disc burning application which doesn't support UDF 2.01 or higher identifies the file system as ISO 9660. Burning to blank discs in CDFS only appears not to be possible with the Windows 7 burner.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-trouble-burning-cue-file-with-alcohol-120.513447/
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Welcome to the forum
Please see the following thread:

http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...s-7-issue.html

and if you want a good & free converter visit tis site:

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In the absence of any comments from anyone else, it might help others if I add some more on this in the light of further experience and research.

1. Windows 7 Help goes into some detail about Live File System (LFS) and the various versions of UDF that are available. What it doesn't explain is that the Mastered file system in the Windows CD burner is not the same as it was in XP. That was defined by Windows as CDFS, and as far as I can tell, was a version of ISO 9660. However, a CD recorded using the Mastered option in Windows 7 seems to be a hybrid of ISO 9660 (CDFS) and UDF (presumably the default 2.01 version): such CDs are identified by Windows XP and higher as UDF, but a disc burning application which doesn't support UDF 2.01 or higher identifies the file system as ISO 9660. Burning to blank discs in CDFS only appears not to be possible with the Windows 7 burner.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/xp-integrated-cd-file-burning-stopped-working.443416/
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From MS:

Burn your movie to a DVD

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problems-burning-movie-maker-file-to-dvd.606813/
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http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/windows-media-player-11-file-burning-issue-523409.html