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Why does it want to ANALYZE for No Compression?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by drosoph, Aug 28, 2004.

  1. drosoph

    drosoph Member

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    I have a disk that had WS & 4:3 versions on it ...
    I told it to use STILL IMAGE for the 4:3 version ... and NO COMPRESSION for EVERYTHING else.

    Why is DVD Shrink running the Analysis when I backup?
    Normally, if a disk is under 4.7G, it just rips it .. No analysis.

    And, before you ask .. I am sure that everything is NO COMPRESSION and that it is WELL UNDER 4.7Gigs.
     
  2. drosoph

    drosoph Member

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    I did a re-rip of the disk .. and this time it blacked out the DEEP ANALYSIS checkbox ... but the SMOOTHing checkbox was still enabled ???
     
  3. gorangel

    gorangel Guest

    drosoph I think you´re trying to back up a seamless branching movie,you need a different tool to remove the 4:3 version , like ifoedit or DVDremake.
    The checkbox is not selected because Shrink "remembers"a previous deep analysis of the movie.
     
  4. cougar_ii

    cougar_ii Regular member

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    Hi there,

    When a DVD is less then 4.3 Gb, I just make an .ISO using DVD Decrypter, then burn with NERO.

    This way, you get a 100% quality .ISO file.
    I'm sure DVD Shrink should do it, but using DVD Decrypter I'm 100% sure :)

    My 2 cents worth.
     
  5. gorangel

    gorangel Guest

    You don´t need nero, just decrypter. (ISO mode write)
     
  6. Nephilim

    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    I've noticed that Shrink still likes to treat the extras as if they were still there even though they don't show up in the final product. I don't know why but it does.
     
  7. gorangel

    gorangel Guest

    Nephilim i notice that to , but the size of the removed extras is 0MB
     

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