Im trying to burn a dvd and the file wanted the dvd is 4.67GB in size, the dvd Im using is 4.3GB in size. Is it possible to reduce the file size to burn onto the dvd and keep the quality? If so how? Thanks in advance for any help
FYI - I'm using Windows Media Player
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first is the "file" actually a dvd? does it have audio_ts and video_ts folders? if yes, the only way to burn it to dvd and not re-encode is to burn it to a dual layer dvd. if no, then run it through avs2dvd and have it create a proper dvd structure and size.--
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DVDShrink to reduce the size of the DVD without re-encoding. It is true, however, that the quality is degraded, especially if you need to shrink much. But with some luck, it may be sufficient to compress some bonus video and the menus, and/or remove some useless audio tracks, to let the video of the main movie unchanged.
You don't mention that the file is DVD file format or video format. If it's a DVD file, currently most of the DVD rippers are able to do the DVD file downsize stuff. As for the video file, you need to resort to some video compressor software. You can have a check on the below top compressors recommended: