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Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by movies27, May 3, 2005.

  1. movies27

    movies27 Regular member

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    In nero what do you all enable sharp by default or maximum sharpness or maximum smoothness???
     
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    saugmon Senior member

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    I don't have that option on my nero oem, but on dvd shrink,I use the max smoothness on those larger movies.That's only when The compression is below 70%, according to dvd shrink. Takes a lot longer,but well worth it for me.
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    I've messed around with all those settings in DVD Shrink and I prefer sharp.
     
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    movies27 Regular member

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    yea sorry saugmon i meant shrink but today i put it at maximum sharpness instead of the usual sharp(default)& the movie turned out extremly crip & clear!!!
     
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    Max smoothness is what I use on backups like harry potter,Lord of the rings trilogy, and those other 2 hr + movies. They look very sweet. I haven't used max sharpness much. I used max smooth on my backup 598 mhz pc and it took 9 and a half hours to analyze and encode it. Last time I do an entire dvd-9 movie on that pc, LOL
     
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    I use max smoothness for really large movies, it comes out great. I find Max Sharpness a little to crisp for my tastes but everyone has their own viewing preferences.
     

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