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4.46 GB DVD after stripping

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  1. jimi6

    jimi6 Member

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    Hi,
    I am trying to copy the first disk of the complete Fawlty Towers box set. After stripping all the extra audio and special features using ifoedit, the files are 4.46 GB. I was wondering if anyone could tell me a way to put this on one DVD+R without reencoding the files. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. rubberman

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    possibly if you delete the opening fbi warning and ending credits.
     
  3. caretta

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    use rempeg2 to bring it down to 90 % you wont see any difference
     
  4. jimi6

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    When i use rempeg2 it takes 25 hours to encode is there any other, faster way i could use to do this. How would i go about deleting the credits.
     
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    well, u could try cce 2.50 ,however every time I have tried to do any thing that is not film it seems to give bad results where rempeg gave good results , but that could just be my settings , rempeg can take along time, but u could do it in smaller chunks , 1 vob at a time
     
  6. caretta

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    im not sure but when you take one vob and make that smaler maybey you can remux that and put the rest together and create new ifo's .
    you dont need al lot af space
     
  7. mnmeater

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    Use VOBrator or something similar to check if there are any other vob ID's that are separate from your movie vob ID. If so, then you can just strip out those vob's you don't want.
     
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    Thanks alot for all the help, i will try those methods.
     
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    how can you re-encode just one vob file?
     
  10. caretta

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    Copy the vob file you want to re-encode to another map and copy al the ifo and bup file in it toothan go too ifo edit and create new ifo files now you create remmppegg 2.cffl file and now you can re-encode just the vob you want after encoding you copy the vob into the original and you create new ifo files again its the best you take the last or the last 2 vob file of the original because the last file doesnt have to be 1 gyg.
    Succes Caretta
     
  11. caretta

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    Sorry you have too remux it first after encoding but remux with the files you need not the original than copy your new vob into the original
     
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