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Right click the file, click properties, post the size
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You must have clicked the wrong file, 2 hours plus at 16:9 at that size will be in GB not MB
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Fair enough, if you click yes on the screen, does it come back with no can do

Did you reboot after updating Nero
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I clicked no to leave it as is. If you picked yes, it's makes the quality bad. But nothing came up saying that I can't do it after I picked no.

Edited by unethical, 19 March 2006 - 05:33 PM.

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Fine, so you are all set now and I can empty my PM inbox? :tazz:
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nope.. i got the message when I went to burn

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Click start smart, click make DVD video, click make movie, use the blue left button, click browse, locate the file, click blue + to add it to timeline, click export name the file, click export, look for it in nerovision, exported video, check the size then
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Now add that using make DVD video, add files
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