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help with movie quality

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by np3502, Mar 19, 2007.

  1. np3502

    np3502 Member

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    i just started to use anydvd and clonedvd2. when it scans the movie i keep gettin quality around 45%. i know you want to be above 70 and i have deleted commentary, subtitles, and some audio but it is still aound 60%. i also tried it with dvdshrink but about the same results. i have tried a few mvies and most of them have the same thing happen. how can i get a better percentge?
     
  2. LABOY

    LABOY Regular member

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    If you are doing "movie only" and have deleted director's comments, foreign language, unwanted audio, etc you have done all you can for a SL disk. I believe the compression ratio for Shrink, Nero Recode, and CLONEDVD2 are very similar. If you want 100% quality, suggest you go to Double Layer (DL) disc.
     
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    300bowler Regular member

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    Not sure about Clonedvd2, as i dont use it, but if u use shrink and use the quality settings it does a decent job with 60%-70% compression rate.
    will take a little longer but get a better picture.
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    of course u cant get a better picture than with DVD-rebuilder pro w/CCE
     
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    philly37 Regular member

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    np3502 have you tried burning a dvd and then checking the quality yourself? I usually do the whole disk and i get somewhere between 50ish to 70ish percent. The quality still winds up being good for me. Ive never had any pixelation going on while im watching a movie
     
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    I have to agree with philly. I usually get between 55-60% as well and the picture quality looks great to me. Don't see any problems at all. Take your 60% and run with it. I honestly do not believe that you will notice any difference in the picture if it were 10% higher.
     
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    thanks for the advice. i will see how that works out. just from what people have told me it needs to be higher but if everyone is getting those percentages i guess thats about right. ill let you knwo how it goes
     

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