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I have an .ISO to burn on my DVD-4 (that I believe, hold unders 5GB of data), and the files I have are around 5.5-6GB. How do I go about making this work?

I have a 3 Disk .ISO, two of out of three aren't big enough to store on the DVD (Meaning, I can't even attempt burning them).

Surprisingly, I am having trouble watching the video on my computer with the 2.5GB video I burned to the DVD (1 out of the 3 disks that actually fit on the DVD). I burnt it twice and got the same result (tried with both VLC and WMP): It played up to the introduction. So I opened My Computer and continued to navigate to the DVD, right clicked it, and opened a 1GB file inside, right clicked and viewed it... the workout opened fine with the media player. My concern: how will this work with a DVD player (I would like to view this on the living rooms LCD monitor?) Furthermore, I don't have a DVD to test.. which is why I am am concerned about giving this DVD to a friend to view as well (wouldn't want to waste their time).
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Save yourself the headache and get a DL DVD instead which holds I think up to 9GB, can't remember exactly
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yep, just get a dual-layer dvd, it will cost about 5 times the price of a normal blank dvd but will hold 9gb.

Or if you dont wanna go to the store you can try cutting the video into several 3gb parts,
or just re-encode them to a smaller format like mp4 h.264
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