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DVD Shrink movie on HDTV? Ever viewed?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by baileymot, Aug 26, 2004.

  1. baileymot

    baileymot Member

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    Just wondering if any of you have ever used a dvd shrink produced movie on a large HDTV? I am currently using dvd shrink and love it. I notice no quality loss, but I am viewing on a normal 32" tv. Should I expect to see lesser quality if i was to view it on a larger HDTV?
     
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    I have a 56" Mitsibishi HDTV, quality is excellent. Is that big enuff for a comparison? ;)
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    I have a 53" Hitachi Ultravision HDTV and the qulaity is A1.
     
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    I have my 19" computer monitor and it looks fantastic.
     
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    Thank you for your replies. I feel a little more comfortable now with the time I have spent burning all these movies. I think I am going to try and find an electronics store with a dvd player hooked up to a 50"+ HDTV and see how it looks. I always hear about the so called 'more advanced' ways of burning movies, such as using CCE, etc - The people who are frequent users of those programs always swear up and down that DVD Shrink is absolutely horrible when compared to a CCE, etc produced movies, and nothing compared to the original.
     
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    That was a joke by the way :)
     
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    [bold]The people who are frequent users of those programs always swear up and down that DVD Shrink is absolutely horrible when compared to a CCE, etc produced movies, and nothing compared to the original.[/bold]

    I don't believe any(or most) of us ever said that, and if so, sorry if "I" gave that impression. I have praised the new shrink 3.2 to the heavens. It is leaps and bounds better. Both in features(still image to retain menu function for one) and in quality(new 2 pass and AEC settings). Not to mention, it's FREE!

    However, having said all that, RB/CCE in my mind is better, that doesn't make shrink "horrible". Besides can't you praise one app and still applaud another?

    Also, I like different apps for different situations. There is no rule stating you must use one program of your choosing and that is all.

    ( I use about 5 apps, oh wait, there's Alchohol 120 for bin/cue files. OH and then there's.... wait, and ...)
     

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