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LiaoGoren

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I am looking for some GOOD CHEAP/FREE DVD burning software. I have Nero, but I cant seem to get it to put more than one or 2 videos on it. I have a ton of music videos and it wont put much on there? Shouldnt they be able to have like 2-3 hours of stuff on them?
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I have had good luck with DVD Flick. You might give it a shot, after all it is free!

As for how much "stuff" dvd's can hold... it depends on the data being put onto the dvd. If it is encoded at a high quality... low hours on the dvd. If the videos are encoded at low quality... you'll get more hours on it. That is a broad generalization.

I'm sure someone on here is much more technical than I am on video encoding so I'm not even going to act like I know all the technical stuff about it. I just thought I'd mention the stuff that I've learned from my experiences burning home movies etc.

Hope this helps...
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