A sector contains 2352 data bytes. Of these 2352 data bytes, at least 2048 bytes are typically reserved for user data (2048 in Mode 1 and 2336 in Mode 2)
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The VideoCD format is quite similar to the AudioCD format. It uses a data track, which is usually used to store the data files of a VideoCD player, and a video track, where a strictly defined video stream is stored. Each sector of this video track contains 2324 bytes of user data.
I think with 93 minute cd's you'll be able to put about 50 minutes of decent quality video on it. Naturally it totally depends on the amount of compression you use on your movie and what you consider decent might not be what another considers decent.
So to answer your question on how much MB a 93 minute cd is around 800 megs , BUT you have no idea how much TIME it is , since that depends on your COMPRESSION rate.
And no , i have no freaking clue how your program compresses.
The most compliant tutorial of Chickenman is here.
If you did a teeny amount of research you might have found out way earlier , rather than complaining that no one answers your question. We're not a freaking helpdesk here, helpdesks get PAID.