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Old July 22nd, 2008, 09:38 PM   #1
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I'm having some problems with making a DVD. I have my video rendered as an mpeg and is approxinmately 1.6 GB, but when i put it into architect it says the file is is 7.3 GB. I have 23 markers/chapters put into it, and each chapter has a text displayed on the footage. what i would like to know is why the footage is too large. I also converted it as a DVD package in architect and it said it was 4.6GB, but it is still too large. is there something that i am doing wrong?
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Old July 22nd, 2008, 10:07 PM   #2
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Is the MPG 7.6gig or the AVI? Sounds like it needs to be rendered to the proper bitrate. If rendering in DVDA then use fit to disc and set the rate.

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Old July 22nd, 2008, 10:47 PM   #3
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Hello,

I have had this issue arise on numerous occasions. Many times I just use a DVDA version lower than 4. For some reason the file size is a lot more respectable.

BUT, today I had a similar experience. I had a mpeg 2 clip with a file size around 3.5 Gb. When I first brought it into DVDA 4.5 or 5 the file size for the project read more than 7 Gb. I then uninstalled DVDA 4.5 or 5 and then reinstalled DVDA 5 and BINGO when I brought the same clip in the reinstalled DVDA 5 it registered 3.9 Gb. Go figure.

SUMMARY:

Try the clip in an older version of DVDA

OR

Uninstall DVDA 4.5 and reinstall DVDA 5.

I hope this helps.
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