I'm wondering if anyone knows why Windows DVD Maker does this?
1. It only lets you record 150 minutes of video on a DVD, even if the total file size is WAY less then 4GB? Shouldn't it let you store as much video as you have room for?
2. I already converted my .avi files to .VOB files which are supposedly in DVD format, but Windows DVD Maker still spends 30-60 mins "encoding" the data before it even starts writing to the DVD. What the hell does it need to encode?