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A big thanks to bbmayo and one small question.

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by dakotadvd, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. dakotadvd

    dakotadvd Member

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    I have been using DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink along with the instruction shown at the link below to back up my DVD's

    http://home.comcast.net/~bbmayo/reccomended.html

    I have only made 8 back ups so far but everytime it works great for me. No bad dvd's yet.

    My question is about step number [22]Deep Analysis.

    I have only been able to check the box one time.

    All the other times when I go to the quality setting tab I'm not able to check the box for deep analysis.

    Can anyone tell me why?
     
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  2. zenarrrow

    zenarrrow Regular member

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    I asked the same question, it is just not needed.
     
  3. fasfrank

    fasfrank Active member

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    Deep analysis won't be available if there is no compression required for the movie.
     
  4. dakotadvd

    dakotadvd Member

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    ROFL

    Sorry for asking such a stupid question.

    I'm going to do more searching and reading now. :)

    Thanks,
     
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    zenarrrow Regular member

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    Their are no stupid questions, now you know!!!---zen-->
     
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    fasfrank Active member

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    Not a thing wrong with asking questions on the forum. That is why there is a Newbie forum. Sometimes a simple question is not that easy to answer. For example, I just assume that the Deep Analysis box is greyed out only when no compression is required. What about if just a very small amount of compression is needed, say it's at 98%. Is Deep Analysis available? I have never looked so the next time I burn a movie with just a little compression I will take a look.

    Not that you would need it. I don't use it unless I get below 75% or so. I'm just curious at what point it actually becomes available. I still assume it is activated when any amount of compression is used.

     
  7. bbmayo

    bbmayo Active member

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    It becomes active when any compression is needed even 99.9%.. I never use it really to be honest.. :)

    Thanks dakotadvd, and your welcome just include me in your will and we will be even ;-) LOL

    Later
     
  8. fasfrank

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    I tried it and got this:

    100% -> off
    99.9% -> off
    99.8% -> off
    99.7% -> off
    99.6% -> off
    99.5% -> on

    I started with 4464mb and added 1mb titles. I watched the compression number change. I selected backup after each addition and checked the quality settings. When I got to 99.5% the deep analysis feature "un-greyed"
     
  9. bbmayo

    bbmayo Active member

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    Your right!! My bad, but I dont think to many people get it to 99.9% any how.. LOL I knew it was available some where in the 99% range I guess I just assumed my bad!! :) Like I said I dont use it anyway. If I run into a larger movie that uses a lot of compression I use another proggy :)
     

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