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SPLIT Disc; a 3-step process!

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jgrava 
Inactive

18 Dec 2003 1:37 PM
When splitting the movie onto 2 discs, it should be a 3-step process, not a 4-step. Takes to long having to read the whole movie twice, making this a 2.5 to 3 hour process!
A major deterrant to this feature.

1. Insert disc to read
2. Insert blank DVD 1
3. Insert blank DVD 2

Everything goes onto the hard-drive anyway, why can't it split it properly for the burning?
whompus 
Senior Member

18 Dec 2003 5:58 PM
If you look at the structure of the 2 disks after you burn them you will see its not really like that. They have the same structure. If the program just split it then you would have a dvd compliant disk for the first one but not for the second one. The ifos kinda tell the player what sectors to read from so they have to be recreated for the second disk to be compliant. I hope I am explaining it right. I understand what I am tring to say but may not be chosing the corect words to explain it. If this is the case maybe someone else will read this and can do it better.
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