I have converted a couple of video files (standard resolution) to a .TS file ready to burn to a standard 4.7GB blank DVD. I had initially converted the files using Nero Recode in order to to able to fit all each video files onto one disc (otherwise there would be one left over which would've been a waste to simply put that one file on a separate disc) and I was able to get the files down to half the size with barely any noticeable different in quality (surprisingly). Using Nero Video all the files fitted all on the DVD-5 timeline with a small amount of free disc space left, but for some reason when I had converted the files to a .TS file, the outputted file size came to 4.40GB. I then opened up Imgburn and placed a blank DVD-RW disc in the drive, but the programme couldn't burn the disc as there wasn't enough disc space. It could be that the disc is faulty as I previously had the same issue with another disc which turned out to be a faulty disc, but considering the outputted size exceeds a standard DVD then it's probably likely there isn't enough space on the disc, but why would Nero show that there was?. Could be an issue with Nero Recode. Some of the programmes I've been using have had heaps of issues with. I captured the files from a VHS player using Corel Video, but for some reason it captures MPEG-2 video in an odd size (something like 480x576) but none of the other editing programmes I have seem to recognise this size, maybe because the version is set to capture NTSC video (there's no option of changing this), and the sound during capture and playback is abit tinny, but this maybe down to the video recorder or the capture device. As well as this, nearly every editing programme I have, including Windows Movie Maker and VLC player, is 32bit, yet my laptop is 64bit, but strange they function OK. No idea whether Movie Maker I have came with my laptop or I downloaded.