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Dvd Shrink Compress Video With High Quality Adaptive Error Compensation
In case a DVD is in the drive, you can also select a burn speed. This will take significantly longer, but it serves two purposes: 1. However, if you select one of them, the encoding will take longer, and if you select the two of them, the encoding will take even longer again. Since each of my movie files were almost 8gigs I used dvdfab and this guide. have a peek here
Case: Cooler Master HAF 932 Full Tower Motherboard: ASUS P8P67 Deluxe CPU: Intel Sandy Bridge 2600K 3.4GHz @ 5.0GHz (Coolermaster V8 Cooler) RAM: 8GB Corsair Dominator DDR3 PC12800 Video Card: EVGA I have been keeping them (just the english) because they are small and I didn't really know what it was. (I am really new at this)! 3. You just saved me tons of frustrations and wondering if I am doing things right! During video compression small errors and artifacts occur, this is not just with DVD Shrink either, it is just one of those bad things about video compression. http://www.dvdshrink.org/settings.php
Thanks much. Would I be smart just to keep the english, or do I even need those if I never plan on using subtitles? Play sound when complete is self explanatory.
In case of folder output, you cannot specify anything. Sorry I am a little confused! I have not run into a problem yet with this being real low or having bad quality (probably around 60%-65% at the lowest) but I would like to know when the Backup DVD - Quality Settings Under this tab you can increase the quality of the output video dramatically, by selecting one or both of the options here.
Think about it because in my experience, using Adaptive Error Compensation greatly improves the output quality on most if not all backups. Page 4 - Backup Settings & Begin Process 5. Couple Of Other DVD Shrink Questions Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by grumlenz, Feb 16, 2006. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
There are four option here to choose from, Maximum Smoothness, Smooth, Sharp and Maximum Sharpness. Sorry, I should have been more specific. What's the lowest compression setting percentage I should settle for on the Main Movie when making a full DVD backup? meaning somtimes my pc will completely shut down in the middle of it or complete it.
During the encoding process, you can check Enable Video Preview to see what is currently being encoded. navigate here That small of file will not make much difference to the compression. Reply With Quote 01-19-2005,04:56 PM #4 dyne View Profile View Forum Posts Hammerhead Shark Join Date May 2002 Location The mistake on the lake. Not the number of people that use them.
grumlenz, Feb 16, 2006 #1 alkohol Regular member Joined: Apr 6, 2005 Messages: 4,899 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 46 1. and even then, for some reason its hit or miss. Stay logged in AfterDawn Discussion Forums Home Forums > Digital video > Convert video to another format > DVD Shrink forum > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts
When you select HD output you have another option: Make sure that Create VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS subfolders is checked at all times.
The Encoding Process If you have chosen to run an analysis as part of the encoding process, then the analysis will begin now. I didn't really understand exactly what they were for I just checked them because the guide I read had them checked.Click to expand... It will ensure that DVD Shrink accurately meets the target size. This option will be disabled if you already performed a deep analysis of the same DVD. The important thing is the end result!
I have been keeping them (just the english) because they are small and I didn't really know what it was. (I am really new at this)!Click to expand... The problem with choosing is choosing one may be at the expense of the other (choosing Sharp may be at the expense of smoothness or vice versa). I always do custom ratio and drop the menus and extras to the minimum to get the highest% for the actual movie. 2. this contact form But its Star Wars lol.
If your talking about the files that usually list as 4 or 5 MB, there is no harm in keeping them.