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    What Type Of Disks Are Being Used?

    What is the GB size that everybody uses for their edits disk-wise. So far, I have used the 8.5 GB disks, because the 4.7 disks weren't big enough. But looking at the prices of those now, I'm just curious if I'm spending too much or not. RIP Elvis
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    well yes,you could shrink with cinema craft encoder

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    Yeah I always just use 4.7, the quality hardly changes if you encode with CCE.
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    CCE all the way. No better tool.

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    I'm sorry, but what is CCE? Not to send like a newbie, but I have troubles with all these short form program names, etc. If the quality doesn't change, I guess I just saved myself lots of dough! Thanks guys.
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    AVP mentioned it in the 2nd post.... Cinema Craft Encoder.
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    you need dvdrebuilder and it will have a few encoders but choice CCE and aleast use 6pass

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    I was looking at prices for this program, and what I found was over 1000 bucks. Is this correct?
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    the basic version is about 60$

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