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Nero Recode

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by thardy, Aug 24, 2003.

  1. thardy

    thardy Guest

    Can anyone tell me what Nero Recode is used for and how it works? There is no Users Guide at Nero website. What I would like to do is copy a Movie DVD to a blank DVD-R. I am currently using DVDxCopy for this, however the program doesn't have any control over the contents to allow you to put it on one 4.7G disk. Recode seems to have that adjustment ability.
     
  2. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    For encoding different formats of video. AVI to DVD, etc..
     
  3. Wizkid

    Wizkid Active member

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    Are you sure ?

    I tried to use it for my AVI movie but it didn't.
    It says only DVD files like .mpeg or .vob's.

    I will check this ...again...
     
  4. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    I havent use it myself, but i was under the impression form others who have used ti that it recodes, avi to DVD, avi to VCD/SVCD. Is this not the case?
     
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    It will take a 9gb DVD and recode it to fit on
    a 4gb disk. Use DVD Decrypter to rip the DVD, then use recode to 'recode' it. Select the
    HD directory that DVD decrypter used and go.
    Find it is 2 to 3 times faster than Pinnacle Instant Copy. Havn't timed it against DVDXCOPY XPRESS yet, because Xpress has a bug on some
    systems (mine and others) that their support
    has acknowledged. Havn't played with it much, but it looks like Recode has a lot of possibilities.
     
  6. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    Still, DVD Shrink and DVD2one would be my favourites
     
  7. rjw

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    sorry but you are all wrong

    give up on all those ripping programs
    and then recoding programs
    and then burning programs

    just use recode

    bung in the origional
    bung in a blank
    done
    menus,subtitles etc if you want tem
    approx 6 hours on a 1 gig cpu
    picture quality allmost perfecr, you'd do well to tell the difference from the origional

    as for copy protected movies, i've done about a dozen recently, and haven't come across one that won't copy
     
  8. koola

    koola Guest

    But Rjw, you don't get the customization like you do using indipendant programs!

    You don't get more with less!!

    ;D
     
  9. rjw

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    you stick to slaving away at your p.c.
    most people just use it as any other tool
    they just want a watchable copy
    click click done
     
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    you stick to slaving away at your p.c.
    most people just use it as any other tool
    they just want a watchable copy
    click click done
     
  11. rjw

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    to whizkid
    if you want to re code from avi etc to dvd video then use vision express
    depending on what software you allready have you may need to download the mpeg codec

    then simple drag and drop
     

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