Michael Leone on 14 Dec 2015 09:54:47 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] Looking for dvd shrink software

The file size is highly dependent on what codec you use.If you want
the video to play on a stand alone DVD player (sounds like you do,
since you're giving it to seniors), you're stuck with the MPEG format
for DVD, which will be that 4.7G in size.

If you knew they could play a regular video file, you could convert it
to an MP4, which will probably be only 50% of the size (maybe less).
But won't play on a stand alone DVD player (probably); they'd need to
play it on a computer of some sort, and output to a TV (also not that

On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 12:49 PM, john boris <jborissr@gmail.com> wrote:
> The video is a football game that Comcast broadcast for us. I took out the
> commercials but I still can't get it down to the size to fit on a DVD-R. I
> was going to put it on a flash drive but got outvoted. I still may do the
> flash drive as it will be much easier. I am making it for our seniors as a
> gift.
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