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All I want is the Main Movie, how do I do it?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by MikeyT, Dec 18, 2004.

  1. MikeyT

    MikeyT Member

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    Okay so I'm trying to just burn only the main movie using "Shrink", I don't want any of the other movie junk (i.e extras or menus). If I only wanted the main movie would I put "Extras" and "Menus" on no compression? All I want is to put the DVD in and watch the movie, if I don't even have to press play thats fine with me. Wouldn't cutting out the extras and menus make the DVD a better quality AND burn faster?
     
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    I was also wondering if changing the sound option would affect surround sound (or any audio) on the DVD. If so, which ones should I look out for.
     
  3. kyrainman

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    Use Re-author in DVD Shrink. Drag the main movie to the left window, recode and burn. Very simple.
     
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    The sound will not be effected.
     
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    Hey thanks!

    While you're answering questions:

    Can DVD Shrink Backup and Burn X-Box and PS2 games?
    If so, is it the same process?
     
  6. kyrainman

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    I don't feel confident in answering that question since I've never done it myself. Sorry.
     
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    DVD Shrink does not burn - it uses a third party program such as DVD Decrypter or Nero as its burning engine.

    Also in the reauthor mode you can use the compression button to explore your sound and sub-picture options and remove unneseccary extras - just make sure that you have at least one sound option (normally AC3) ticked.
     

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