From: flick harrison (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jul 28 2007 - 17:00:41 PDT
the 4.7 gb is a marketers' cheat, btw.
When a marketeer (ie product package) says 4.7 gigabytes, it means
But that's cheating, because computers don't measure kb and Mb and Gb
Computers measure with 1kb=1024b and 1Mb=1024kb, and 1gb=1024Mb,
then it's actually 4.37gb or thereabouts on a disk which IS about
Because in binary, each 1 or 0 counts along like
gotta go shooting a punk rock show in victoria this minute...
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On 28-Jul-07, at 2:37 PM, db wrote:
> I've found the limit on single side (sold as 4.7GB) discs to be
> closer to 4.2GB.
> On Jul 28, 2007, at 2:04 PM, DJ Demangone wrote:
>> you can use the quicktime compressor option in fcp's export menu.
>> Export as mpeg-2, to whatever size will fit onto the dvd whether
>> it's single or dual layer. I recommended leaving a bit of extra
>> room though, if you're going to use a dual layer, try and compress
>> to a file size that is less than 8 gb, roughly around 7.4ish. Once
>> you do this you can just drag the m2v file directly into dvd
>> studio pro you're set. you can create chapter markers within dvd
>> studio pro. so to answer your original question, it is possible to
>> bit manage within fcp to a certain extent.
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