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DVD Cannot Fit!!!

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by godlynick, Nov 27, 2004.

  1. godlynick

    godlynick Member

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    Can someone please explain to me why my dvd shrink can't compress everything onto one dvd. It fits only if i take out some Audio selections. can I compress it more somehow just to keep the audio selection?
     
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    take out the french or spanish......um....u can re-author it...but then ur menu will be gone
    ur not gunna wanna compress it anymore than it already is otherwise it will look like Sh*t u'll get all that digital bubbling in the background and possibly everywhere......just try to find more stuff to take out or try reauthoring
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    How large, in GB's, is the original film?
     
  4. godlynick

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    The original is only like 7GB and they are all songs.

    I can compress 8-9 GB dvds well but why i can't compress this one?

    I can't take out more stuff because the only things left are eng 2.1 and eng. 5.1.

    I really want to keep both so please help me. Thanks in Advance
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    The 2.1 soundtrack isn't really needed since the 5.1 track with play through a 2.1 system or is there another eason you need it?

    You can always try running the files through Shrink a second time.
     

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