ISO to DVD memory/storage question

Hey everyone. Thank you for looking at my question ahead of time.

I currently want to burn and ISO image to a DVD however the ISO is about 5.60G and the max I can find at any store is about 4.6 or 4.7G. When I burn the ISO to the DVD will the memory be compressed to fit? Is there a way to do it? Or is it impossible?

Thank you and I look forward to your responses.
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  1. So you just want to put the image on the disc for storage? I just looked briefly but it looks like daemon tools may feature a tool that will let you split the image across multiple discs, I am not completely sure that feature is included in the free version though.

    P.S. if you need to mount the image and run the CD just transfer the .iso onto a flash or external HDD, plug it into the other PC, and mount the file using Daemon Tools, even the light version comes equipped with this feature (pretty much the whole point of daemon tools lol).
  2. Thanks everyone. I jumped the gun on this. I needed a dual layer disc. Was for putting an ISO on a disc so you I could play it on my PS2. Thank you for the responses though!
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