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Help - movie has two titles and they add up to 5,695MB's

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by datageek, Aug 24, 2004.

  1. datageek

    datageek Member

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    Wife just purchased Barbershop 2- Back in Business and wanted a backup copy to play. Found these two titles and it's a dual layer.

    Sectors: 4,156,893
    Size: 8,513,316,864 bytes
    Time: 923:47:18 (MM:SS:FF)Disc Size: 120mm
    Maximum Read Rate: 10.08Mbps
    Number of Layers: 2
    Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP)
    Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit
    Track Density: 0.74 um/track

    After Shrinking got this:

    Menus
    Title Menus 00:00.12 9MB
    VTS 1 00:00.40 0.19MB
    VTS 2 00:00.02 0.04MB
    VTS 3 00:00.40 0.19MB
    VTS 4 00:00.40 0.19MB
    VTS 5 00:00.40 0.19MB
    VTS 6 00:00.40 0.19MB
    VTS 7 00:00.40 0.19MB
    VTS 8 00:04.56 175MB
    VTS 9 00:00.40 0.19MB
    VTS10 00:00.40 0.09MB
    VTS11 00:00.40 0.19MB
    [bold]
    Main Movie
    Title 1 01:45.51 4,576MB
    Title 2 01:45.51 4,600MB [bold]

    Extras
    Title 3 00:00.29 7MB
    Title 4 00:00.00 0.01MB
    Ect ect….

    Shrink say's it about 5,658MB big @ 47.8% compression. I am able to run it through decrypter and get files, but it's too big for shrink after re-arthor with just the two movie titles and English 5.1. I have tried Nero re-arthor and got an error msg. I have run the previewed the two different titles and they both look the same. Just one is slightly longer. Why the two different Main Movie Titles??? I'm confused.

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  2. fasfrank

    fasfrank Active member

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    Hi datageek,
    What you are looking at is a DVD with a widescreen and a fullscreen on it, or something like that. One version may be the directors comments. Just two versions of the same movie.

    Try running your preview window in fullscreen and see if that helps. If you can't tell the difference, I would use the longer of the two. More is better, right?

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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi,

    You should be able to discern between the widescreen and fullscreen titles using the preview window in Shrink. I used that trick just last night :)



    Nice gif Frank. Is that a Vespa?
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    datageek, frank and neph are correct. Click on the + mark beside main movie. There should be two titles. Click on each one and preview with the preview window. Which ever one you don't want use still image to replace, that way you keep menu function for your backup.

    I like your bike frank, I don't care if it is a vespa. :)
     
  5. datageek

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    Thanks guys for the help. I thought that it might be the same as Secret Window - 2 titles but each one was different and had to include both into the burn.

    It's not easy being a "newbie" heh heh

    thanks again for the help
     
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    It's an older Allstate. Hehe. Do you youngsters remember when you could order motorcycles out of the Sears and Roebucks catalog?. I just drooled over them as a kid.

    Actually that's a Hayabusa GSX1300R. I can't find a GSXR1000.

    Well you may be a newbie, datageek, but you are now an expert on movies with two main titles!
     
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    not always.... I did this once and didn't pay attention to the fact that my speakers weren't on and the bigger was the director's commentary. [bold]But[/bold] I did get lucky and discovered that all I had to do to view it normally was toggle the audio on my dvd player remote.
     
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    All I'm saying is that if I'm using the preview window (with the audio turned up) and can't tell the difference, then the longer of the two will be the widescreen version. If you don't use the full screen feature of the preview window it's hard to tell the difference with some movies. Toggling back and forth between the movie versions will usually help figure it out.
     
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    I'm not saying you're wrong frank, I was just telling my experience so others don't make the same mistake that I did.
     

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