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Quality Enahancement & smoothness?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by zymor, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. zymor

    zymor Member

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    hey im new to this "dvd shrink", i'v done Collateral and Saving Private Ryan and they turn out great (better then Dvd X Copy). I have a quick question though, what is this smoothness and sharpness? (i have it on Maximum Smoothness. Which one would help me get the best quality? smooth or sharp?

    thanks in advance
     
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    i also burn with Dvd Decrypter, would Nero help with quality?
     
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    I also use Max Smoothness, but if you want a full explanation of what each setting does, have a look at the following thread.....
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/131115


    Decrypter burns just as well as Nero, so no need to worry there.
     
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    thanks guys
     
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    Personally, I only use the deep analysis function, and leave the other option set at default. Thats what I started out with, and after a few hundred burns, my eyes and ears haven't been able to tell a difference between the originals and the backups using this method.

    Thats just my experience though.
     
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    I use deep analysis and do separate burns until I get the result I want. What's wierd is I like the results for Toy Story on the smooth side and Shark Tale looks better on the sharp side. They're both Pixar films but they seem to be different a bit visually.
     

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