When watching videos, many people receive the data by broadcasting. In general broadcasting systems, even though servers can concurrently deliver data to many clients, they must wait until the first portion of the data is broadcast. In division based broadcasting, although several researchers have proposed scheduling methods to reduce the waiting time for delivering multiple video, they failed to consider cases where the data size of each video is not the same. In division based broadcasting systems, we have proposed a scheduling method that delivers multiple video called multiple-video broadcasting method considering data size (MV-D). The MV-D method divides the data and produces an effective broadcasting schedule based on the data size of each video. In addition, the server can reduce the required bandwidth for delivering multiple video. In this paper, we evaluate the MV-D method and confirm the effectiveness of reducing the waiting time with conventional methods.