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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by ghostluv, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. ghostluv

    ghostluv Member

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    hey guys,

    is it possible to run DVDSHRINK by encoding a movie and by the time it's doing the burning, can it be possible for me to have the program burn a second disc without going through the whole process again?

    For example, right now, once i'm done backing up one movie, SHRINK normally save the files temporally in a folder on the HD i have set up for them. then i usually closed out everything and reopen SHRINK now instead of open disc i'll choose open file and search where those temp files were save and load it just as if i was loading a dvd and so on. Even tho, it goes alot faster then the first run but could there be other ways that i could just take those files and burn them without re-encoding them to a sub-folder again?


    Any help woulp be very nice and appreciated.

    Ghost...
     
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    Ok im if reading you right, your looking for something to just burn your vob files with? If thats the case here ya go:http://www.dvdshrink.info/nero-video.php
     
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    If your auto burning with nero, you have to choose your target as "hard disc folder" instead.
    sorry I forgot that part
     
  4. ghostluv

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    Hey Jim,

    does that mean, the default that i have my DVDshrink i should change it to save the file in the HD instead of burning it right away with nero?

     
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    yes,if your disc burns after encoding,shrink isnt actually burning,its nero.When you click backup youll see a drop down box where it select backup target,choose hard disc folder,instead.
     
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    Thanks...

    now check this out, i had chosen that option and it seem like once you hae it going to the HD there are some other fields that are no longer availlable.
    why is that?
     

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