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getting dvd onto cd-r's

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by cashjuve, Sep 19, 2003.

  1. cashjuve

    cashjuve Guest

    i was wondering if there is a program or a way to get a donwloaded dvd file or just a dvd onto a regular cd-r?
     
  2. Shoey

    Shoey Guest

    DVD Ripper such as DVD Decrypter or SmartRipper 2.41+ Cinema Craft Encoder+ DVD2SVCD m8.

    Depends on the size of the file. What file format is the file? (DivX, AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2)

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    Are you referring to Nero6's miniDVD?
     
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    you can use DVDx to get a dvd onto a normal cd-r but encoding it with only a few clicks rather than go throug the entire manual procedure of using 10 different rograms to get the same result
     
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    you can use DVDx to get a dvd onto a normal cd-r but encoding it with only a few clicks rather than go throug the entire manual procedure of using 10 different rograms to get the same result
     
  6. Shoey

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    You get better results using DVD2SVCD if backing up a dvd to svcd (mpeg2) or converting DivX (AVI) to cd-r(w)= proven fact.

    Shoey :)
     
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    really ??
    i didnt know that
    i've only tried out the dvdx program
    i will try DVD2SVCD
    thkz
     
  8. Shoey

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    Just be sure to use Cinema Craft Encoder as it is the fastest of the supported 3 DVD2SVCD uses. The other 2 are TMPEnc and Canopus ProCoder. If you need a guide I'll be more than happy to post. I recommend you use multi-pass vbr3 for your first rip&encode and create bin& cue files and burn those no faster than 8x m8.

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    To be honest im a big fan of the SmartRipper/DVDx combo hehe. Then again i only rip to AVI so virtually every app is pretty much the same for that purpose. I dunno about (S)VCD comparisons :)
     
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    same ere really
    however i certainly and logically now that svcd will be better than vcd but
    wat is the quality of svcd in comparison to a xvid or divx
    does it even compare
    at the end of the day im all about quality man i cant, shall not , will \NOT watch bad quality vcd or svcd if they aint up to scratch
     
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    Quality = AVI file played on a sharp monitor with correctly balanced color :p
     
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    yeeeeeeeeeeeeah!!!!!!!!!
    noe dats wat im talking about hahah
     
  13. Shoey

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    Hell yes it does m8. My SVCD backups played in my home dvd player are beyond amazing! Literally "near perfect" dvd video quality.

    Shoey :)
     

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