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Old 2007-02-08, 23:45   Link #1
icon818
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Data disc questions

Long time reader and first time posting
I have a few questions about burning animes onto a data DVD+R 4.7 disc.
I know you can burn about 20+ episodes on 1 DVD disc.
So my questions are:

1. What DVD player do I need to play them?
2.how’s the quality of the episodes?

Of topic question

I recently bought an anime called “Peace maker” in one of the disc it has 12 episodes
I’m just wondering what programs/disc/ECT do the professional use?
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Old 2007-02-09, 02:39   Link #2
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I think you can find the answers to your questions and more related information in this thread.
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Old 2007-02-09, 02:43   Link #3
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Long time reader and first time posting
I have a few questions about burning animes onto a data DVD+R 4.7 disc.
I know you can burn about 20+ episodes on 1 DVD disc.
So my questions are:

1. What DVD player do I need to play them?
2.how’s the quality of the episodes?
When you burn them as data, they are exactly as you see them on your computer. The playback will be exactly the same. They cannot be played back on a DVD player unless it supports whatever format the files were originally in. Some players can do Divx and therefore play back some files.

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I recently bought an anime called “Peace maker” in one of the disc it has 12 episodes
I’m just wondering what programs/disc/ECT do the professional use?
Firstly, that's a bootleg. Professionals don't put more than 7 (in the most extreme case) episodes on a disc and have the discs pressed. Secondly, the names of the programs that they use elude me (DVD Maestro is one I believe) but they are available for the public too and aren't free. They aren't data DVDs either.
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Old 2007-05-14, 15:46   Link #4
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Originally Posted by icon818 View Post
Long time reader and first time posting
I have a few questions about burning animes onto a data DVD+R 4.7 disc.
I know you can burn about 20+ episodes on 1 DVD disc.
So my questions are:

1. What DVD player do I need to play them?
2.how’s the quality of the episodes?

Of topic question

I recently bought an anime called “Peace maker” in one of the disc it has 12 episodes
I’m just wondering what programs/disc/ECT do the professional use?
1) A computer. Plug it to your TV if you like.
2) 20+ (usually 24-26) episodes on one disc would probably be the 175MB XViD/DivX avi type. They're somewhat blurry and subpar of DVD-quality, but I guess they're acceptable on a TV. My school's anime club shows episodes of this quality on a classroom presentation screen and it's not that bad.

Off-topic question: 12 episodes? That's not an official disc, and you got ripped off.
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Old 2007-05-14, 18:44   Link #5
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Some DVD players, even cheapo ones from companies like Coby, will play DivX/Xvid encoded videos. My LG supports them, and it makes watching anime on a television much easier than futzing with pushing a computer's output through the TV. Many portable media players from companies like Cowon, Archos, and Creative will play them as well. Otherwise, use your computer and follow the instructions in this thread.
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