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>How I can know speedily how much space occupied my project?
You can't. How much room on the DVD a sequence takes up will depend on it's length and encoding specifications. As a rule of thumb, you can fit about 90 minutes at pretty high bitrates. Longer than that and you'll have to lower the bitrate.
I don't understand question 2.
How can I change my project's bitrates?
Projects don't have a bitrate. You choose your desired bitrate when you export.
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I want export my project on dvd. But I want choose the bitrate to increase or decrease time recording on dvd. Can I do it?
Thanks and excuse me for my english
you can change the size of your output by changing the Bitrate while exporting (It's been said earlier). When you export to MPEG2DVD using AME, you can change the bitrate in the settings UI for this format. Also as you change the bitrate in the settings UI, the estiimated file size is shown at the middle-bottom of it. Thus you can control the duration of output you want tbe burnt on your DVD.