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Recode 2 question

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by bigdm, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. bigdm

    bigdm Member

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    On the Burn Setting page, is it necessary to check the "Advanced Analysis" box. I have been checking this for about 90% of my backups (not the kid's DVDs) since it suggest that the quality will be improved. The problem is that it is taking a very long time to backup a DVD since it has to do it twice at 2.4X speed. If there is no real significant improvement in quality I can save time and ware on my writer.

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    The difference comes depending on how much of the actual movie you are compressing. If you arent compressing it to much say 20% or less you probably won't be able to tell any difference using the Advanced Analysis box. If you are compressing a lot though and using menus and extra's then using that setting is a good idea as it does improve the quality. I dont use it because I don't back up any of the extra junk and my movies have little to no compression so it really is just a waste of time.
     
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    All my backups have the menu and a few of them contain the extras. I would say that my compression range from 0% to 30% at the most. Your email suggest that for most of my dvd backups I can burn without the advance analysis since they have been compressed less than 20%. Thanks for the reply.

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