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WOW, you guys just save me $59

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by rimland, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. rimland

    rimland Guest

    I was a click away from dvd cloner when I discovered Shrink. It seems to have worked well.
    THANKS !
     
  2. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    You're welcome -

    (and yet another convert now walks the face of the Earth, bathed in the "light" of the supreme and ultimate knowledge and spreading the word . . . clip, clop, clip, clop . . ..


     
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    Hey Scuba Pete, I recently started doing most of my burns with DVDShrink now. I had problems with The Terminal using DVDXCopy, but even with the 75% compression with DVDShrink, I did not notice any difference with my Sony 36" HDTV. It's just that I can't stand pixelation (which is more annoying than having to get up and change a 2 DVD copy in the middle of a movie). I was sure any compression would do this.
     
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    DogBomb,

    If you wish, you can split a DVD using DVD Shrink in the re-author mode OR you can use the "Quality Settings" in DVD Shrink which should eliminate your problem. I suggest Maximum Smoothness.

    Cheers,

    Pete

     

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