How to Burn Movies That Are Larger Than 4.7 Gigabytes.?


1. Check to make sure that your DVD burner and blank DVD are both of the dual layer variety. If your burner is capable of burning dual layer discs, the "DVD DL" logo will be on the front of it. Likewise, if your blank DVD is a DVD DL disc the "DVD
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1 Gigabyte = 1024 Megabytes, therefore 4.7 GB is equal to 4.7 * 1024 which is equal to. 4812.8 MB.
There is a difference between hat an engineer or scientist would say and what a marketing and sales person would say. An engineer would say it is 1024x1024 Megs or 1,073,741,824 (
4.7 gigabytes = 4 812.8 megabytes. ChaCha on!
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