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Riping time too long??

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by zocker, Jan 22, 2004.

  1. zocker

    zocker Member

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    hi...i used dvd shrink for the first time,and burned with clone dvd....movie workes great...but.....why did the rip take 2 hours on a movie thats only 90 min ...somewere i seen (dunno exatl. were) that the speed was 0,6...whats up with that...no compression was used(100%)file size was 4,463....the burn took about 80 min using a fuji dvd-r ......speed was set to 8X in clone dvd.......i dont have a usb2.0 port ...will get one soon....does that have anything to do with it???? player is external....oh and i also watched my cpu performance...it ideled between 20 and 40 %...i didnt use any other applications.....need some help here...it just takes to long for me...thnks for any input
     
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    Heres the difference!
    Possible max data rates:
    USB 2.0: 480 Mbps (60,000 KB/s)
    USB 1.1: 12 Mbps (1,500 KB/s)

    I'd say you need to get a USB 2.0. When I rip with my internal burner I get a transfer rate of 2,800 KB/s. I don't use my burner to rip with because this rate makes for about a 45 min rip. I use my DVD ROM and get double the transfer rate and 20 minute rip times.
    Frank
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