I am really confused at how a 800MB (The CD label says Princo) can store data of 2.35GB of videos.
I look at the file system, it says it is UDF file system.
But still, how can you put 2.35GB of videos into a CD that only has 800MB storage? Can someone please explain to me how do you do it?
I would love to find it out as I have a lot of video recording that are stored in my computer. It will be really nice to have it play on TV.
I have posted this same question in other forum as well. Did get a reply saying it used compression. And that is all.
I have searched this forum and find out that MPEG is already compressed. So, is there any other type of format that I could use to burn my videos in CD and still be playable?
My original file type is .rm, so I did a test, I had to convert the file type to SVCD type (MPEG I assume). Which nearly tripled my original size in the TV. My CD only allows 800MB max. And that files took me up 500MB. So in that CD, I could only put 1 video in it.
So, I get kinda frustrated at how other people can put 10 videos (2.35GB video sizes) into ONE CD. While I can only put 1 video
Thanks in advance.