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    Hello all,

    Please can someone advise a "noob". I am using Vegas 7 and am trying to burn a DVD with footage captured in AVCHD. Keep getting the following error message

    The estimated file size is too large for the CDR. Try changing your render settings or a larger capacity CDR disc.

    have played with the render settings but so far to no avail.

    would be happy to convert footage from HD to SD, if poss after i have edited my footage in vegas?

    I am using a SD DVD to burn onto. Do I heed a HD/Blueray disc?

    Please help a noob, thanks for you time and for reading my post

    Jonyfoz
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    What render settings are you using? How many minutes are you trying to store on the dvd? Lower the video bitrate and you can store more minutes /dvd.

    And are you making a standard dvd-video in vegas?
    And are you sure you are using dvds....it says cdr...but it could be a wrong error message from vegas though.
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    hey Baldrick,

    thanks for your reply.

    render settings... I tried MainConcept AVC/AAC (mp4)

    templete.... Default Templete

    desription...Audio: 128 Kbps, 48,000 Hz, AAC.
    Video: 512 Kbps, 29.970 fps, 320x240

    the footage is a little over 6 mins. (not that big?)

    yep using a blank DVD to burn onto in vegas. I am clicking on TOOLS/BURN CD/MULTIMEDIA CD is that the correct procedure to burn a DVD? or should I be in a supporting programe?

    thanks once again for help/and advice

    jonyfoz
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