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    I'm planning to burn 24 episodes of anime to DVDs. Since I found out that not all of the episodes can be compressed into one DVD, I thought of burning four episodes per DVD instead. So I used DVD Flick to encode them. I also found out that lowering the bit rate of the episodes could help compress, so I did as told. I lowered the bit rates until the meter at the left side decreased until 71%. I burned the DVD on ImgBurn and it was successfully burned. However, when I played it on the DVD player, only the first episode played while the rest didn't. I tried selecting the other episodes but it kept on playing the first episode only. I tried to encode it through other ways but nothing changed.

    So there something wrong that I did? What should I do so the DVD could play all episodes accurately? Oh, and each episode is 23 minutes long. Thank you in advance.
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    I would consider trying another dvd converter like the free avs2dvd or trial convertxtodvd. Because DVD Flick hasn't been updated for a long time now.
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