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Hey guys...usually my video files are about 700 mb...lately...most are 1400ish mb...not sure why.

To "smartfit'' those to a standard 4.7 gb disc...how can I do that?

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I bit more info would help.....

But surely 3 x 1400mb files will fit on 1 x 4.7gb DVD?

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Hey...I am using IDVD...and going thru the regular procedures....if its much over the 700ish...it tells me that it won't fit...am I doing something wrong?
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700MB = CD-R

Solution: buy a blank DVD disc instead of a blank CD-R disc.
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From the iDVD Project Info menu, change the quality of the video or use a dual layer dvd.
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