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Discussion in 'DVD2One forum' started by idoia, Nov 15, 2003.

  1. idoia

    idoia Member

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    Hi I have bought DVDOneX specially because it had the great feature to compress any dvd to fit on DVD-R first and if not to let the user decide of an output size.
    But this does not work ! My movie "The Life of David Gale" cannot be compress at less than 4.56Gb. And this does not fit on a DVD-R ! I don' t want to split the movie in two because of a 100mb over !!!
    what is the solution, how can i compress it ? the original VIDEO_TS folder is 5.6Gb.

    Finally can someone tell me why I can not put 4.5Gb of data on a 4.7dvd-r, don' t understand that !
    thanks
     
  2. Slumpey

    Slumpey Guest

    Numerous programs will out there will help you.

    One of the best is DVDShrink v3.0 beta 5. It will allow you to compress a DVD-9 DVD down to a DVD-5 DVD-/+R without loss of quality. For best quality in DVDShrink, use "Deep Analysis"

    If that doesn't work, try CloneDVD.

    Oh yea, DVDShrink is FREE

    http://www.dvdshrink.org/
     
  3. idoia

    idoia Member

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    Thanks.
    But.... I am on Mac...
     
  4. Needakip

    Needakip Regular member

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    If after using dvd2one the and size is too big i send it through dvd2one again and it will fit on a dvd-r.
     
  5. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Blank media is only 4.37Gb and not 4.7 (it's to do with bits & bytes)

    [As stated above , run files through DVD2One again & all should be well]


     
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    What version of DVD2One are you using and what you using to pull the movie files?
     
  7. idoia

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    I am using DVD2oneX and what I do to get the files down to the right size is to reset the output size to 4465mb. Hope this helps out.
     

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