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Copy Xpress improvement?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Discmania, Jun 9, 2003.

  1. Discmania

    Discmania Active member

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    I have used the latest version of Xpress (2.5.0) and I have noticed an improvement in AV quality. Of course it was always good anyway but having tried it with 'Braveheart' which runs to nearly three hours I cannot discern any difference between the copy and the original. Very good. Agree, disagree?
     
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    Hello Discmania :)

    Could I just ask what equipment you are using to view/test your backups?
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    Discmania - how long is it taking to do a Rip and compress with Copy Xpress (2.5.0)? It tends to take a lot longer for the higher quality output. DVD2One doesn't take long and im not sure i would sacrifice speed for a slight increase in quality!

    Let me know please :)
     
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    Hi - I am using a Pioneer 104 writer, Samsung SD 616Q DVD-Rom drive to read the disc and Windows XP. I also use Nero at 2x burning. The movie 'Braveheart' which is nearly three hours long took 55mins to rip and burn with Xpress.
     

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