Okay, I have now spent about 3 hours digging around for answers to my questions. I apologize if they have been answered and I just didn't find it. I found a few things on different forums that were similar, but nothing really answered my question. I'm not really sure where the appropriate place is for this, so decided to try the Newbie Forum.
I think I know just enough about what I'm doing to be dangerous. Guess that makes me a Newbie.
I am attempting to burn an ISO image to a SL 4.7GB DVD. I created the ISO using img burn. The size is 4,635,776KB. When I go to burn the image, img burn gives me the message that it is too big and asks if I would like to try overburning. I am using HP DVD-R 16X disc. Should this be a viable option? Do I need to shrink the file a bit more? I have zero experience overburning DVDs. My husband occasionally uses overburn for a CD when it cuts close, but I don't know just how much will fit or how much the quality of the video will suffer from overburning a DVD.
That leads me to my other question regarding DVD Shrink. Can DVD Shrink actually shrink this file for me? I can't find a way to do it. It keeps telling me it can't find the .IFO file. I no longer have the original disc, so I can't use the Open Disc option to load the file into DVD Shrink. I thought I had done this before, but I believe I just had a Video TS folder then, rather than the actual .ISO image. Is there something else I can do to get this to fit on a SL disc? I hate to waste a DL for a 4.63GB file if I don't need to do it.
Thanks for the help. Sorry if I put this in the wrong place.