Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by sags, Jun 3, 2005.
nero recode has that ability
right ill try it out and report back
hey just 1 question can u burn dvds with shrink some people said all you need is decrypter and shrink. so can u burn movies (not ISO files) onto dvd
this excludes downloaded movies
Shrink cuts to main movie only removes cw
Decrypter removes cw only
You burn to disc from hd with another prog
Ps 2 above progs is for coping from DVD disc to hd.
D/L movies don't need cw remove but have to be turned into DVD to copy to disc unless its an ISO format thats big GB's.
So ISO just do with clone/nero whatever.
AVI encode using dvdsanta or vso divx to dvd.If movie split add 1st file then 2nd.When finished burn to disc with clone/nero.
question for you? Why do you want more movies on one disc?disc only costs about 20p.
hey man in canada a dvd costs like 50 Cents each pretty expensive
wats up i just got done reading your guys thread whre do you get nero recode and how much
alright NVM about that last post I should have looked around first its with NERO 6 i found it on sale for 59.99 is that the best price out there... and is it worth the 100 dollar MSRP
i think so i dont know but you can get a crack if you want its not recommended because you could get a defective copy. i would tell you where to find it but its against forum rules to share piracy information
personally i felt the older versions of nero are much more user friendly
buy nero and upgrade it via the ahead website
Nero recode is a pretty good tool which i would recommend like shrink, clone ,decrypter etc
ok broad question for everyone who visits this thread
what software do you have to burn dvds or video files or anything. i am fine with the burning right now thanks to some guys who helped me out
but i am curious to see what others have so if you can please answer.
i once again have a question. after i am done converting 2 video files with Divx to DVD i use nero recode to burn it on to disc.the video TS folder was 4.92 GB. but when i tried to burn the video ts folder for the 2 video files. the quality was reduced. The 1st file was 87.5% quality and the second was like around 88.1%. i burned it and checked it out it was good but you could kinda tell the quality difference and there were green blocks on there at the end. the result is fine but is there any software that can compress and still keep both files at 100% or atleast over 90%
hey i have been waiting for a while can some one answer my question
disc's I buy off internet costs about £6 for drum of 25 I'm in UK
Progs Roxio Easy DVD copy.This copies from HD after converting or clonedvd.
vsi divx to dvd I use to decode.you can add more than one file also dvdsanta just click add select file movie is in add first part,then re select add then second and so on.
will this give me better quality though i am happy with what i got with the software i used. i was just hoping there might be software that doesnt reduce quality and still has good compression. can dvdsanta do this? tell me if you have time
P.S i hope you are refering to my second question (LOL)
dvdsanta gives very good quality best I've used but only avi.I very rarely d/l bin & cue but use roxio easy cd and dvd creator after extracted with isobuster.But no way can you put 4.92gb onto disc without shrinking it.Roxio easy dvd will do this and not spoil the quality.Don't use nero myself but all on afterdawn sing it's praises.If your happy with what you use then stick to it lol
there is another program that can condense your avi (off topic comment) called sorenson squeeze with out loss of quality.No good for dvd but excellent for storing avi files
i ll try it if i have time! as i said a million times i am fine with what i am doing right now.
i want to thank andmerr and reetan for helping me out i was totally lost before you guys helped me out
A great program for making dvds is InterVideo WinDVD Creator version 2.0. It will covert the format for you and burns at an excellent quality.
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