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  1. eric_0012

    eric_0012 Member

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    I have backed up many of my DVD movies but now I have started to buy HBO & Showtime series and when I open them in DVDShrink I'm a bit confused as to how to re-author.

    As you can see in this image on the right under main movie there are 4 items, I assume they each are a episode but I'm not sure. Can someone please explain what I am looking at in this image.

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    eric_0012,
    Yes, those are the episodes. All you have to do now is drag those to the DVD Structure pane. Now, you're set for encoding...
     
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    The image was taken fron Disk 1 with Episodes

    Dexter, Crocodile, Popping Cherry, Lets give the boy a hand

    Is it safe to assume that the following episodes are main movie #

    Dexter 3


    Crocodile 4


    Popping Cherry 5



    Lets give the boy a hand 6


    Thanks as always
     
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    pryme_H Regular member

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    Click on each respective titles and preview to find out.
     
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    I found out I was right those were the episodes in order but when encodoed them and ripped them to a disc and played it the quality was great but it was in 4:3 ratio not 16:9

    Om the back cover it says it is Widescreen Presentation Enhanced for 16:9 TV's

    Why are my back ups coming out in 4:3
     
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    Duh !! it was the DVD player not the media I tried it in another DVD player and it was in 16:9
     
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    If the DVD is encoded in 16:9 format, it will fill the screen assuming your DVD player is set up for 16:9. Otherwise, if it's not specified on the case that it's either anamorphic widescreen or enhanced for widescreen TVs, then it will just appear as letterboxed.
     

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