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Splitting VOB files across 2 DVDS


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I have a DVD download that comes to over 7gb which obviously won't fit onto a single recordable DVD. I can't use double-layer discs so I need to split the files across 2 regular DVD-Rs. I'm using Toast Titanium 9 by the way. Can anyone assist?
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Hmm, not easy at all, because there's not really any way of knowing if you are splitting a chapter. 2 options as far as I can see.
Create 2 VIDEO_TS folders, each with half of the files in, and burn 2 discs that way, or combine the lot in Toast, and use Popcorn to compress them down into a single 4.4 gb file.

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Thanks for that. Can you tell me how do I use Popcorn with toast?
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It should be built in, it was on mine.
You should have it as a plug in on the side bar from memory (I'm on Toast 10 now, so can't check).

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Can you import the VOBs as one big video in iMovie or FCE? Once it is in, you can choose what to burn.

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