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Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by nuggets22, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. nuggets22

    nuggets22 Member

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    Should i burn at a slower speed, or just use the maximum? and does using a deep analysis and a quality setting make a difference?

    thanks
     
  2. 300bowler

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    Depends on what brand of dvds u r using?
    the rule of thumb is burn half of what the top rated speed is.

    Yes, it makes a big difference.


    For the best quality picture DVD-rebuilder is the best, if u don't mind how long it takes.
     
  3. nuggets22

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    What is dvd rebuilder? something i have to download? Im pretty new at this so thanks for answering.
     
  4. gogochar

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    It's better to just stick with RipIt4Me.
     
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    DVD Rebuilder is a macro that uses supported encoders to do a backup. Encoders do a better job than transcoders (Shrink, CloneDVD, and DVDCopy 5 are transcoders), but encoders usually take longer. If you want better quality at higher compression, then you might want to check Rebuilder out.

    gogochar
    RipIt4Me is a good decryption software, but hardly relevant to the topic. I use it to rip and then use the files in DVD Rebuilder.
     

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