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    Question dvd burning probs in nero...?

    my mate has nero 6 which came with his asus dvd rw drive.it does + and - but for some reason when he tryed to copy a dvd using dvd - it said that their wasnt enuff space on the disc, but there was. it was a 4.7gb. his brother also has the same prob.???any suggestions.

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    although there is 4.7gb on the disc nero will use quite a bit to do read in's and read out's so to keep the problem from happening make it about 4.5gb your upper limit.

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    why tho.caue he has two cdrives,and also it should still do a copy of a dvd, thats what there r 4 after all.

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    nero always re-encodes video - is this what you're talking about? video dvd rather than data?
    It would still have to cache to disk regardless as it can't be burnt disc to disc on the fly - generally doesn't take very long (in the grander scheme of things)
    dvd image will always be cached to disc afaik - it's been the same on any product I've used.

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    anyway... aparently u have to use dvd shrink..wtf

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    And copying DVD's is also illegal
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    wtf..he wants a copy of his own disc ffs .lol thats legal.besides he wants to copy a dvd his digi made.so he can wipe the original.he has a cam that records to dvd.which is cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cm_uk
    wtf..he wants a copy of his own disc ffs .lol thats legal.
    wtflol no its not legal rooffle.
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    Ok fellas, legality issues aside, can we PLEASE type properly. I may have something useful to contribute to this thread, but if I have to waste any more time deciphering the mobile phone style text typing I won't stop to help, I'll just move on.

    Oh, and ONE MORE 'wtf' is not going to go down well either. Although it's an abbreviation, it IS still swearing.

    So, keep it clean and try and make it legible, ok?

    I have had a nightmare of day, which may well turn into a nightmare of a month and my usual helpful, happy demeanor is not present. So make my life and your own easier by taking a little more time to get your message over.

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    If "his own disc" means a DVD he has authored using material that he owns the copyright to then it is completely legal.

    However, if that were the case, the disc would be single layer and small enough to fit on one disc...surely??

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    yes "chez" exactly my point...lT IS LEGAL AS HE OWNS THE ORIGINAL AND JUST WANTS A COPY OF HIS OWN! besides he aint distrobuting it. he has a digital camera, which records what it captures to a mini dvd disc. so... he wants to copy his holiday movie to a normal size dvd disc, so that he can wipe the digital camera's mini dvd. he wants to do this so that he can record a new movie onto the min dvd disc. so finally can anyone help.

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    Nonetheless, the data on the MiniDVD should be small enough to fit onto a standard DVD-R disc.

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    yeh thats what should happen...but it don't.it says stuff about not being enough space.the wierd thing is that he has like 400mb space on his hdd and like he burned a cdr
    of his pictures from has camera, and that took up nearly a whole disc (over 400mb) and it worked fine. so it cant be that there aint enough space on the hdd to burn discs...otherwise the cdr would have the same prob....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cm_uk
    yes "chez" exactly my point...lT IS LEGAL AS HE OWNS THE ORIGINAL AND JUST WANTS A COPY OF HIS OWN!
    not legal in the uk. quite simple really. you're unlikely to get in trouble for it, but it's a criminal offense all the same.

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    If he can get the file onto his C: drive, the best thing to do would be to re-encode it.

    PLenty of info around if you google it (try googling "dvd backup resource")

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    directhex ur missing my point.u obviously didnt read all of it.he wants to copy his mini dvd disc off his cam corder so he can wipe it and record over it.so he wants to put his holiday dvd onto a other dvd disc.get it now ?

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