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    Burning Video to DVD

    Hi everyone. I have a few video files about 700mb in size and was wondering if you could recomend a program I could use to put two of the files on one dvd without too much lost of quality in playback. Its for a joint project so would normally only put one video file on each dvd but teacher has asked to have two on each.

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    Nero, ConvertX to DVD.

    Windows DVD Maker? (if its windows 7)

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    If those figures are correct, you should be able to fit 6 (or at least 5) on a single-layer DVD with exactly the same quality. Assuming you mean as data, though I can't see that it would be a problem for 2 as "DVD".

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    You burning them as data or are you wanting them to playback on normal dvd players or what exactly ?

    If data then just burn them to dvd as a data disc otherwise you will need something like convert x to dvd to join both video files and then convert them into a dvd format and burn it to the dvd either using convert x to dvd or nero or anything that will burn dvd

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    Yes sory. There are video files to be played back on a normal DVD player

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