There seems to be some DVD that can hold 6 to 8 hours of 352 x 240
resolution programs. However, whenever I drag some mpg files from VCD
to the Sonic MyDVD Maker or the Mac iDVD software, they all encode the
video as 640 x 480 and therefore only can fit 2 hours into a 4.7GB
DVD-R. There must be some software that can fit 6 to 8 hours of 320 x
240 type of mpg files into a single DVD, without much quality loss.
But which program can do that? Maybe the VCD mpg is not so popular
I can play the VCD from a VCD set top player and use a DVD set top
recorder to record it in the 6 or 8 hour mode. But it seems that there
is big quality loss... and it is not so digital...
there seems to be methods to use several shareware software tools to
create such a disc. Isn't there a standalone software package that can
do that? Just drag and drop the files and come back hours later to
have the DVD ready?
Roy L. Fuchs
On 4 Jun 2006 03:47:31 -0700, Gave us:
> whenever I drag some mpg files from VCD
>to the Sonic MyDVD Maker or the Mac iDVD
That's what ya get for buying into Apple's CRAP, as well as the CRAP
software authored for it.
They want you guys to be so drag and drop wussified, they take
certain controls out of your hands.