Dvd5 To Dvd9

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#1

How To Convert DVD5 To DVD9
Please…
I google’ed but i found nothing

Advance Thanks…


#2

[quote=masster;2049662]How To Convert DVD5 To DVD9
Please…
I google’ed but i found nothing

Advance Thanks…[/quote]
I am not sure you can do that. You can make a DVD9 disc and compress it to DVD5. But I am not sure how you would make a DVD5 longer. :confused:


#3

okey thanks for replay alan1476, but is there someone else please


#4

There simply isn’t. If you want to do that just get the original disc assuming you own the disc and redo it and use double layer media.


#5

Maybe i’m the only one who’s confused here, but why would you want to go from a DVD5 to a DVD9?

That’s kind of like emptying a 5 gallon bucket into a 2 gallon jug and wanting to put it all - including the stuff that spilled - back into the 5 gallon bucket and expecting it to be full.


#6

[quote=7thSinger;2049689]Maybe i’m the only one who’s confused here, but why would you want to go from a DVD5 to a DVD9?

That’s kind of like emptying a 5 gallon bucket into a 2 gallon jug and wanting to put it all - including the stuff that spilled - back into the 5 gallon bucket and expecting it to be full.[/quote]
Like I said its just not possible, Dr Who mentioned the only way. Just buy the DVD9 and leave it alone.


#7

Of course it’s possible, but you won’t gain anything and will most probably lose something (strange as it sounds). Just re-encode it with a (much) higher bitrate.

Regards


#8

Yes it is possible. But you will have DVD5 on DVD9 media. What’s a waste of $2.00 DVD9 disc.:stuck_out_tongue:


#9

[QUOTE=7thSinger;2049689]Maybe i’m the only one who’s confused here, but why would you want to go from a DVD5 to a DVD9?

That’s kind of like emptying a 5 gallon bucket into a 2 gallon jug and wanting to put it all - including the stuff that spilled - back into the 5 gallon bucket and expecting it to be full.[/QUOTE]

You might want to reverse that part of the gallon comparision. It be more like pouring 2 gallon into a 5 gallon jug.


#10

[QUOTE=alan1476;2049667]I am not sure you can do that. You can make a DVD9 disc and compress it to DVD5. But I am not sure how you would make a DVD5 longer. :confused:[/QUOTE]

I agree with what you said Alan but if I can add a little more. They do sell DVD5 media already so if your source is DVD5 just use DVD5 media…Unless your going from DVD9 to DVD5 then you have to use a compression program or something similiar to get it to fit on the smaller DVD5 media format.