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But its Star Wars lol. Powered by vBulletin™Copyright © 2014 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. my rig cpu: Intel Core i5-2500K @ 4.5ghz mobo: AsRock Z68 Extreme4 ram: 4x4gig GSkill Ripjaw X ddr3 1866 cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus mouse: Logitech G500 video: MSI GeForce It takes about an hour and a half ripped directly from the disc or from hdd. have a peek here
Statistics 538 visitors over the past 5 minutes Newest guides Remuxing TV Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Remuxing Movie Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Batch Bluray Encoding with BatchGuy How to remove background If they have, it will compensate for them accordingly, hence the name "Adaptive Error Compensation". thanks My $.0120347 cents. As for DVD Shrink, I use the same ratio (i.e. 55% - 70%, I use "DA + AEC with Maximum Sharpness = Deep Analysis + Adaptive Error Compensation. http://www.dvdshrink.org/settings.php
Im using an a64 3400+ at 2.4 ghz. grumlenz, Feb 16, 2006 #4 grumlenz Regular member Joined: Dec 13, 2005 Messages: 105 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 26 Dolphin2, thank you very much! Now select the folder rename it to whatever you want and click OK. and turn out like shit.
They are all CPU intensive. 26-03-2006 #8 Holler452 New on Forum Join Date: Aug 2005 Posts: 26 Re: Why does DVD Shrink take so long? But this is the guide I used. . It will improve video quality by allowing DVD Shrink to better distribute the required compression throughout the various scenes in your DVD. 2. I do want the best possible quality but also I do want to keep the menus and all.
thanks 26-03-2006 #2 TimC MyCE Resident Join Date: Mar 2004 Location: UK Posts: 7,496 Re: Why does DVD Shrink take so long? The best way to "semi-test" is to use a re-writable disc and see what works best for you (provided your player will play that type of disc. Try DVD Rebuilder http://dvd-rb.dvd2go.org/modules.php?name=Downloads « TY (TYG02) write speed issue. | DISNEY, SONY, ETC. http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/199580-dvd-shrink-quality-settings The last two options should be checked, they help compatibility when using DVD+R/W media.
However, it will often provide a far superior video quality. Click OK whenever you want to begin the process. But please consider making a donation if DVDShrink helped you in any way! It takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes to burn a dvd that i compressed.
babychar2002 Movie copy software 2 27-05-2004 19:11 how long should it take shrink dvd to back up a dvd? http://forums.afterdawn.com/threads/couple-of-other-dvd-shrink-questions.430609/ Thanks for the info. Last question..Once you click Backup and the next screen pops up..On the Quality Settings tab, this is what I do (based on a guide I read on here).. Be sure to burn at 4X or 8X only, DON'T burn at 16X or you'll regret down the road.
burninfool CD-RW Player Posts: 1093Joined: Sun Mar 02, 2003 2:50 amLocation: USA Top by Chip on Wed Aug 25, 2004 6:03 pm I do compress the dvd but then when navigate here 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... button to start processing: You'll get to another configuration screen: Click the Select backup target dropdown to review the list of possible options: If you have Nero 5 or Nero 6 There is really no "set" answer for this since everyone has different stuff.
I prefer Nero Recode 2 because it's faster than DVD Shrink and you can assign the "best quality to the Main Movie", this will improve the quality in results. Watching H.264 (and other) videos using CUDA/D... The choice between both, is up to you. http://elanmonitors.com/dvd-shrink/dvd-shrink-compress-video-with-high-quality-adaptive-error-compensation.html Let's a take a look at both options for a minute, I want you to really think about this.
The Maximum Options will be more aggressive. On the setup I have that is simular to yours I've had them encode as fast as ten minutes and as slow as 1hr. 45min. In case a DVD is in the drive, you can also select a burn speed.
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This is vice versa with Smooth. There are 4 settings - Maximum Smoothness, Maximum Sharpness, Smooth and the default - Sharp. Create VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS subfolders: Keep this selected, it will basically create both those folders inside the folder you just made and place all your DVD files into the VIDEO_TS folder. Quote + Reply to Thread Quick Navigation Authoring (DVD) Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video Latest Video News Newbie / General
So, I downloaded the latest version of DVD Shrink, now up to 188.8.131.52, and found a new option on the Quality Settings tab: - High Quality Adaptive Error Compensation Read the Thanks again, you don't even know how much what you said in your last post will help me! Lost password/username? this contact form Please take the time to try one or the other and determine which is best for your backup. Try and use less compression! Please remember: there is no substitute for
Page 4 - Backup Settings & Begin Process 5. Is it noticeable? Can anyone share their opinion on which setting provides them with the highest quality output? If you can keep the compression at 80% or above you shouln't need an AEC and can get by without doing a deep analysis.
Is there really a quality difference with these options selected vs. Finally, if all those options are no good to you, you can select Hard Disk Folder, so DVD Shrink will simply write its output IFO, BUP and VOB files to a I want to fit all of that onto a single DVD-R, so naturally figured I'd use DVD Shrink, since its Deep Analysis pretty much beats anything I can get with a Once encoding / copying has completed, DVD Shrink will show you the following screen: Press OK, close the program and you're now ready for burning (assuming you haven't burned already).
Yea man compression can take a long time. Basically, with sharp selected, DVD Shrink will try to preserve the sharpness of the original video stream. Everything I have read leads me to believe they are awesome, I just don't recall ever having seen that name when I was looking at discs. Thread Tools 26-03-2006 #1 Holler452 New on Forum Join Date: Aug 2005 Posts: 26 Why does DVD Shrink take so long?
However, your other options will be to Burn with Nero using your DVD Burner drive, create an ISO Image and Create an ISO Image and burn with DVD Decrypter. This is an unavoidable consequence of video compression, and DVD Shrink cannot prevent this from happening. Play sound when complete is self explanatory. The other dog is good.
Try usind the re-author option and just copy the main movie and removing any of the unwanted audio tracks. How much compression is required ? 26-03-2006 #5 NRen2k5 MyCE Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2004 Posts: 476 Re: Why does DVD Shrink take so long? You will often find that little or no compression is then required, and the video quality of your backup will be indistinguishable from the original. Also bear in mind that you Ok, now there's just the Burn settings.
Page 5 - Burn DVD Shrink Output with ImgBurn 6. Anyone know why this is? If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.