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Any way to increase still picture intervals ?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by eeski007, May 18, 2007.

  1. eeski007

    eeski007 Member

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    "Compression Setting"

    Video

    "Still Pictures" - option

    Replace selected video with still frames taken at 0.5 second intervals.

    Any way to increase still pictures 0.5 intervals allowing the user to increase the interval length. I would like to increase the intervals for maximum space savings.

    Seem using the "Still Pictures" take up less space then "Still Image" option.

    "Still Pictures" at 0.5 intervals take up 370MB - taking "Still Pictures" at 1 hour intervals might reduce the space to under 3MB. That would be 99% space saving technique.
     
  2. toaddub

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    Still Pictures should take up more space than Still Image option. You cannot modify the timing interval in either option. In Still Pictures, you have the option to include any audio and subpictures, while in Still Image you do not because they will not be included.

    Note that in Still Image you can import a customized image file (bmp, jpg, png) and if you click on the link "Find more images at: www.dvdshrink.info", you'll find a bunch of customized images for title replacement. You may wonder why Still Image still have a good size MB rather than KB - that's because the whole play time and every VOBU for the title are still retained. In other words, it is not a really still image for the whole title.

    Anyway, choosing either option is still no good. It's best that you blank the title using VobBlanker or DvdReMake Pro as others have suggested in your other thread. You'll save considerable space.
     
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