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Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by bartez, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. bartez

    bartez Member

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    Hi there,
    When i backup dvd's i keep ending up with a directors cut, film is fine but i could do without a commentator through out the film is it a simple option i'm missing or is it copyright protection, kind regards
     
  2. Rotary

    Rotary Senior member

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    hi

    its to do with the audio part say in dvd shrink, either keep all sound or make sure you tick the right one if on its own!

    for example....

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    You probably noticed that you have several audio tracks to choose from. Look over on the right side of the screen after Shrink is done analyzing the movie... You need to choose the one that is not the directors comments.

    Do this to listen to the various tracks.

    Start the Preview window.
    Right click the Preview window.
    A menu will appear.
    Place your cursor over "Audio".
    All your audio choices will appear to the right of the first menu.
    Select one by clicking on it.
    You can now hear the selected audio track.


    Once you listen to them and figure out which one you want on your copy, go back to the right side of the screen and check the box that corresponds to the track you listened to in the preview window.

    The preview audio menu does not have anything to do with track selection. It is for selecting tracks to preview only.

    Uncheck the rest.

    Bear in mind that on the same movie some titles may be recorded in 2ch while the main movie is recorded in 5.1 ch.

    Just make sure the track with the directors cut is un-checked and you should not have problems.

    Good luck!
    Frank

    Hi Rotary!
     
  4. bartez

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    Hi there,
    Yeh that's a big help thanks,
     

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