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Quality settings tab for dvd shrink.

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by alseeyou, Sep 5, 2004.

  1. alseeyou

    alseeyou Member

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    My question is has anybody tried the quality enhancements for dvd shrink 3.2.0.15?There are four types of setting to choose from:Sharp(default),maximumsharpness,smooth,maximum smoothness.Which is the best setting and the difference if I haven't set this option?
     
  2. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes, they have tried and have discussed.

    *moved to Shrink forum*
     
  3. michigan

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    The best setting is the one that you like best. The default setting (sharp) is what I use but thats me. You should use a RW disc and with the same movie try out the diffeent settings and see what you like. there is a lot of difference betweeen the settings. It's all a matter of preference mine is the default sharp setting.
     
  4. Sophocles

    Sophocles Senior member

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    The new quality settings make for a much better DVD Shrink but you'll have to be prepared to wait for a while because it slows the process. That being said, onlyuse the high quality settings if the movie requires less than 20% compression. If it's over that then you might want to consider using the "soft" settings.
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    From all the testing, it seems different settings for different movies, but overall, the Maximum smoothness seems to yield the best results.
     
  6. Sophocles

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    Seems you guys may be getting our Frances leftovers!
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    LOL, glad to see you're back and OK. You're right, we just lost power for about an hour earlier.
     
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    Do what I always do in a times of crisis! BUY MORE software.
     
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