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Error.The disk may not enough space???

Postby thanosgen » Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:07 am

i have Unlead Workshop. When i m going to burn the disk the program pop up a message and tells me :
"" the disk may not enough space. If you continue,the operation may fall when burning the disk.Do you want to continue?"""

I have 300gb free space in all my hard disks. All my works until today works fine???what happened?? I have pay for this program.
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Re: Error.The disk may not enough space???

Postby BrianCee » Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:17 am

This error does NOT refer to your Hard drive - but to the DVD you are trying to burn - are you trying to put more than 4.5Gb on a standard DVD.

What size of video are you trying to burn to what DVD - is this a different brand of DVD from what you have used in the past.

Please explain a bit more - give us details of the video - details of the blank DVD etc.
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Re: Error.The disk may not enough space???

Postby thanosgen » Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:34 pm

i put a movie with 3.9gb space and when i finish the menu the final project is 7.8gb...why???any movie i want to make i have the same problem.i believe it is a setting in preferenves tab but i don't know about that. Something make the movie bigger.what is this?
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Re: Error.The disk may not enough space???

Postby Ken Berry » Thu Dec 29, 2011 11:04 pm

What format is you original video in? Right click a piece of it and copy ALL its Properties here, please.

It is likely that your video is in a format which is not DVD-compatible. For the latter, it has to be standard definition mpeg-2, usually with a bitrate of 8000 kbps or less, and a frame size of 720 x 480 (NTSC) or 720 x 576 (PAL). If it is one of the more compressed formats e.g. mpeg-4 or DivX, then it will be decompressed to make it mpeg-2, and de-compression means the mpeg-2 file will be much bigger than the original. That is what I suspect may be happening in your case, but without know the properties, we don't know for sure.
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Re: Error.The disk may not enough space???

Postby thanosgen » Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:41 am

my format is pal(720x576) with mpeg-2 and bitrate 8000kbs. My movie is 3.9GB but when i put it in the start menu the movie automatically require more space.it needs 7.2gb.Do you need anything else??
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Re: Error.The disk may not enough space???

Postby thanosgen » Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:53 am

ok thanks you..i found the problem. In the first clip i put all my movie and this required more space.thats my mistake.is the first time that i make this menu and this is an error. Now understand what happened.thank you Ken Berry.
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Re: Error.The disk may not enough space???

Postby richdevlin761 » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:26 pm

it has to be standard definition mpeg-2, usually with a bitrate of 8000 kbps or less, and a frame size of 720 x 480 (NTSC) or 720 x 576 (PAL). If it is one of the more compressed formats e.g. mpeg-4 or DivX, then it will be decompressed to make it mpeg-2, and de-compression means the mpeg-2 file will be much bigger than the original.
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