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you may have your DVD

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Old November 23rd, 2011, 09:08 AM
thomas22kmt thomas22kmt is offline
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Default you may have your DVD

Once you may have your DVD such as Dvd Box Sets backed as much as your harddisk, you'll want to get burned to DVD-R media from the correct format (UDF, or Universal Disc Format), when using the good file framework (a minimum of a VIDEO_TS folder in the root/base directory with the DVD). You can find one particular major concern that you just will will need to contend with, and that is compression. A vast majority of business DVD videos to the marketplace right now are dual-layered (DVD-9), and will hold approximately about 8.5GB value of data.

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