Seems the problem is that your Nero program is expired…ergo you can’t use it’s full capabilities…burning at a higher speed.
No fear my friend. You don’t need to use Nero to burn. You can use DvdDecrypter to burn. Here’s the process to use when burning a DVD larger that 4.7 gig and requires DVDShrink to compress it to fit your single layer disc.
Re-Rip the DVD using DvdDecrypter in ISO mode. Open Decrypter. Go to “Mode” tab. Choose ISO - Read. Then rip the DVD. The DVD will be ripped in ISO mode (image mode) rather than the File mode which you were doing before. Once done goto step 2.
Use DVDShrink to compress. Go to File…select Open Disc Image. Choose the folder which your ripped ISO files are located on you computer. Click on that file.
Next choose Edit/preferences/File I/O and unchecked enable burning with nero.
Now, you want to creat a new folder where your compressed files produced by DVDShrink will be out-putted.
Hit Backup and DVDShrink will compress your DVD. REMEMBER to choose the destination of the output files as the new folder that you just created.
Now that your DVD has been compress in its own folder. Open up DVDDecrypter again.
Goto Mode/ISO—choose Write. Find the folder where your DVDShrink compressed DVD is located. Click on it. Choose the drive which you want to use to burn. THere will be a tab where you can select write speed. Choose how fast you want to burn.
Click on burn. You are done. Just wait til it’s done. You will be able to burn at max speed.