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5 hours on one dvd

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by wells2u, Jan 14, 2005.

  1. wells2u

    wells2u Guest

    Hi, I got a 5 hours xxx movies on one dvd and will like to back it up on one dvd.
    How can i get all 5 hours on one dvd?????

    Thank You
     
  2. maven1975

    maven1975 Regular member

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    You are going to need to Rencode, i would forget about DVD quality as with 5 hours the bitrate is going to be way to low.

    You can try SVCD but again i think the bitrate would be to low this only really leaves you with VCD but this is the worse quality of the lot.

    Why not just put them on 2 discs that way you could rencode with MPEEG 2 DVD Quality and still get pretty decent quality.
     
  3. wells2u

    wells2u Guest

    Thank,
    maven1975 for your help
    I know a guy who can put a 5 hr movie on one dvd and the movie look good.
    But the guy will not help me to do it.

    Thank You
     
  4. bbmayo

    bbmayo Active member

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    You can use DVD Shrink, but make sure to use both the quality inhancement features
     
  5. wells2u

    wells2u Guest

    Thank,
    bbmayo
    What is the quality inhancement of dvdshrink
    I got 2.3 and 3.1 of dvdshrink.

    Thank you
     
  6. maven1975

    maven1975 Regular member

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    I have just read your first post again and you said you had 5 hours off movie on one DVD already.

    If this is the case and it is on a DVD-R you dont need to rencode at all but just copy the disc.

    Correct me im reading it wrong?

    As for 5 hours on one disc, i guess this is a matter of opinion, i personally dont think the quality is acceptable even with quality enhancements, to much blockyness when viewed on a larger TV.



     
  7. wells2u

    wells2u Guest

    Hi, maven1975
    I got the original dvd (5hours)
    A friend of mind can copying a 5 hours disc
    but will not show me how.But the disc look good

    And today i saw a 8hours and a 10hours dvd new
    It ware a xxx so what up with that?????

    And how can you copying a 10hours dvd?????

    Maybe a friend is copying the disc in vcd,pmeg,svcd,
    pmeg1,pmeg2 or divx???

    I will love to know

    Thank you
     
  8. Jerry746

    Jerry746 Senior member

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    It is possible your friend is using the new double layer blank media to copy that much time on a blank dvd. Just a guess.

    Jerry
     
  9. bbmayo

    bbmayo Active member

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    Wells2u,
    After you have ripped the DVD to your hard drive and then opened it in Shrink and reauthored it you will hit "Back up" Once you are there hit the tab at the top that says "Quality Settings" and put a check mark in both "Perform Deep Analysis" and "Compress with high quality filters"

    It will take a bit longer to reauthor your movie this way but the quality will be much better.
     
  10. wells2u

    wells2u Guest

    Thank you all for your help,will try....
     
  11. rebootjim

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    ww.kvcd.net
    Get the KDVD template.
    Use tmpgenc with it.
    16+ hours per dvdr.
     

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