Toast: How long should it take to encode a 1 hour 30 min Mp4 to burn to Dvd

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    If you are burning it to watch it on a regular DVD player it will take a while to encode the DVD assets. If you are just burning the file to a DVD then it depends on the speed of your burner. I would expect at least an hour in the second scenario. You are looking at letting it run over night in the first scenario.
     
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    purchase the film rather than downloading it?
     
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    Hook up your computer to the TV? The 1.5 PB has S-Video out which is good for DVD's. Dunno about the RBG, you'll need the S-Video-RBG converter if your TV doesn't have S-Video.
     
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