Burning onto 2 seperate DVD''s in MSWMM wrote:
> Thank you for your message. When I publish it as DV-AVI which option
> is that? (i.e. publish to your computer, etc...)
Good luck...maybe the following info
will help you get started. Hopefully your
computer resources can handle a
project of this magnitude.
The following article explains how to
Publish your project in the .avi format:
Windows Vista -
Publish a movie in
Windows Movie Maker
For this first step...use the "To Publish
A Movie To Your Computer" info.
> I have tried splitting it into shorter segments,
> and then try burning it to a DVD but it still
> shows up as 3 hours long, even when it's not....
> I don't know how to do this, haha.....if you
> could give me a little more info I would really
> appreciate it, thanks so much!
Next...re-import the completed .avi file...drag it
to the timeline and split it in appropriate sections...
(drag the Playback Indicator (vertical line) to the
point where you want the split and type...Ctrl+L)
I would think approximately one hour each since
a DVD will hold one hour of high quality video.
The idea is to split the file and delete the unwanted
sections from the timeline...IOW...create the first
one hour split and delete the remainder of the file
from the timeline...now Publish the first one hour
segment the same way you Published the complete
project. Then do the same thing for the second and
You may even want to add a title to the beginning
of each segment before publishing.
Now...finally...you should have three individual
..avi movie files that you can use to burn three DVDs.
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