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Burning Dvds (Need Help)

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Hi guys, so I bought a DVD RW disc to burn some videos.

It's 4.7 GB big, I burned a video 1 video and it was fine, but when i tried to burn another one, my converter wouldnt let me.

Im using AVS converter, It asked me if i want to erase the entire disk. I dont know what do do?? please help.

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Hi guys, so I bought a DVD RW disc to burn some videos.

It's 4.7 GB big, I burned a video 1 video and it was fine, but when i tried to burn another one, my converter wouldnt let me.

Im using AVS converter, It asked me if i want to erase the entire disk. I dont know what do do?? please help.

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From reading the title, I thought the thread would be about lighting DVD discs on fire because they have become useless due to Blu-Ray.

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What converter do you need? I suggest WinSoft MP4 Concerter for AVI/MP4 related conversions.

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I'm pretty sure if you write one movie on and when it finishes, you can no longer burn another movie or file onto it.

Try putting both files onto the DVD disc at the same time.

From reading the title, I thought the thread would be about lighting DVD discs on fire because they have become useless due to Blu-Ray.

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I'm pretty sure if you write one movie on and when it finishes, you can no longer burn another movie or file onto it.

Try putting both files onto the DVD disc at the same time.

.. Who buys either?

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Many people do. I buy Blu-Ray movies when they go on sale. I don't know how many people buy DVD movies though.

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I'm pretty sure if you write one movie on and when it finishes, you can no longer burn another movie or file onto it.

Try putting both files onto the DVD disc at the same time.

.. Who buys either?

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That is my answer too. Once you burn a file on a disc, the disc is unusable for burning any other files. The burning software would reject the disc, thinking it was full, even though there may only a small file on it.

Like this person say, burn as many files as will fit on the disc - at the same time.

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I must have wasted a bunch of disks when I first got a Burner. It seems simple only after youve done it a few times.

Yep Thanks guys, i figured it out.

I thought I had to do it one by one, I didnt know I could highlight more than 1 video LOL :picard::blush:

Dont judge meh lol

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