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Decryptor $ DVD Shrink 2.3??

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by 0jammer0, Mar 16, 2004.

  1. 0jammer0

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    hello, i've been burning DVD's for quite a while now, but have always had the same problem.... THE SKIPPING OR PAUSING of some frames of the burned DVD (when played back on regular DVD players). I have thought that maybe it was either DVD shrink (v.2.3), my burner (RecordNow DX), or the actual DVD-RW drive (Toshiba burner). But now I see that many people have had the same problem and its caused by DVD Shrink. How can I minimize or completely prevent the skipping/pausing of the burned movie? Do I have to use Shrink v. 3.14 instead (for the "Deep Analysis" option)? Also how can I use DVD Decrytor and DVD Shrink together?? I have only used Shrink and my buner. But I have heard many people use Decryptor and Shrink together. How do you do this? And what do you do when the movie is over 4.7 GB (in DVD Decrytor). Can you "Re-Author" like you can in Shrink? ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!
     
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    Use the lastest Shrink 3.17 and it will do everything including burn with DVDcrypter. It works great and is easier to use with the ISOs. I have had no skipping problem with this setup.
     
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    i have heard some people experience problems with the new Shrink version. Are you encoutering any problems? I've heard it takes a really long time to compress the movie. Any input would be greatl appreciated.
     
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    Shrink 3.17 compresses as fast as it ever did.
    I have used most of the programs out there when testing for the best one for me. There was not much difference in rip speed from one to the next.

    DVDshrink was fastest for me because it uses both procs in my duallies.
    The later Shrinks also have a faster encoder than the older ones 3.13 and back.
     
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    Thanks for your help, I guess I'll try the new version of Shrink.
     
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    You might also consider using different media as this can also cause skipping problems.
     
  7. Furburger

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    To Ojammer

    I thought i might share with you my experiences with DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink 3.1.7

    First of all their is a way i love to use the two programs. I use a Pentium 3 800Mhz with 256meg sdr ram 20 gig hard drive sony dvd rom and a NEC 8x 2500 DVD burner.

    1) Insert your DVD in the DVD reader and load DVD Decrypter. Make a new folder in your documents folder called the name of the movie and then decrypt the full dvd to that file. It should take approx 15 mins. Do not use ISO, it causes to many problems.

    2) Open DVD Shrink and go open the file in your documents folder that you decrypted the DVD into. Then go to re-author and get rid on the main menu and other stuff except the movie. Double click the movie and slide the file to the left. A compression rate of 65% plus is still excellent quality but the higher the better. Go to the back up button on top of the screen and save the compressed file in your documents folder as the movie name and then the word compressed after that so you do not get confused with the first full decrypted folder. This should take approx 40 mins -60 mins to compress depending on how much compression you can utilise.

    3) Once completed use the lastest Nero 6 to open the compressed file and burn to DVD.

    The whole process should take 1 hour and 30 mins.

    You need the following,

    DVD Decrypter
    DVD Shrink 3.1.7
    Nero 6 Burning DVD Cd Software that should come with your purchase of a DVD Burner.

    The above software is the best of the best.

    Good Luck
     

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