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problem shrinking large DVD iso file

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by mm2112, Sep 20, 2004.

  1. mm2112

    mm2112 Member

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    Im using DVD Shrink to back up a large compilation DVD, and I cannot get it underneath the disc limit unless i uncheck the audio channels (which I of course need). I have a do not have a dual-layer DVD burner, can I buy a larger blank DVD than 4.7gb? Or are there any other suggestions to try and fit it all on one disc? Thanks
     
  2. zippyd

    zippyd Active member

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    Don't know if you've tried this or not but you could insert a still image in the special features if you don't want to keep them. That should cut you a decent chunk of size off.

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  3. deadcat

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    Encode in shrink and save to hard drive, the open those files and encode them again.

    Or, remove subtitles/end credits/un neccessary sound streams from each vid

    Or split over 2 dvd's
     
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    Another way is to just reauthor and only backup the movie and no extra junk such as menus. That way the size is limited. Remove all unecessary audio and subtitles.
     

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