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burning a tv ashow with idvd help???


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sorry if i cant ask this question on this site. i downloaded some tv episodes of monk and when i try to bun them to disk with idvd i could only fit 2 or 3 files and i need 5 files but the 2 or 3 files are bigger then the 4.7 disk also i will be putting the hole season 5 witch is 5 episodes that is what imdb.com says witch is not done yet on a disk. is there any way to so shrink the files so they could fit on one 4.7gb DVD-R disc? if not is there any bigger disc and what is the biggest dvd disc out on the market not hard to find? also these shows are not from itunes.
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I think Toast will shrink them to fit....


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witch toast because i have an older toast i have toast 6. but is there a program i could use that just shrinks the file size then i could burn it with idvd. because i want to have a menu with it. but if the only way to burn it is with out a menu to free up some space i will do it.
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Toast 7, you would have to upgrade....


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