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DVD Rebuilder with CCE Basic Vs. DVD Shrink

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by neilm247, Jun 7, 2004.

  1. rj-x

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    got my serial, gonna get 2.67 and retry the whole process... will let you guys know.
     
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    OMG IT WORKED.... 2.6.7 fixed it!

    so happy!
     
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    Thanx for all the help guys, now to start doing some backups, as well as playing w/ remake and maybe some other things :)
     
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    rj-x glad you got it going, I believe I can say (told ya so) but I won't.
     
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    you can say what ya want, im just happy it works :)

    look forward for next ver of dvdshrink tho, for those dvds that really dont need the best encoding.
     
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    I have the forum filled out to order CCE Basic. I'm debating whether or not I will really see a difference.
     
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    f1drake

    Welcome aboard.

    I think that this is a debate that you will drop once you've appreciated the results. There just isn't anything better among any of the transcoders. Try LOR III for your first attempt, and then do another one on your current favorite transcoder and compare them.

     
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    The most important thing is you no longer have to stress on the quality of the big movies that would degrade when using other programs.
    You can keep what you want and the movie is virtually identical to the original. No other program allows this at the highest compression.

    I use it on any compressed movies right now because there is no reason to not. The results are very nice.
     
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    My thought are the same as 64026402's, I can't bear to use anything but CCE, I'm almost done with transcoders altogether. I want to see the transcoder that can back up a 227 minute movie on a 120 minutes disc and match the original. Lawerence of Arabia and not a single artifact.
     
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    So for normal/smaller length movies I can keep everything and still ahve near perfect results?

    I just bought it a few minutes ago. Im going to test it tonight on a 2 hour movie that is 7.3GB alone (there is no extras that come with it).
     
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    I await to hear about your results.
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    Just follow the setup in the guide carefully. Once your setup is completely functional it is really pretty easy.
     
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    You can and will keep the menus on even larger movies, in part because DVD-RB is a file mode full movie only application, but also because it can.
     
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    test again
     
  16. vans12

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    test once a nother time.
     
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    another test
     
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    test123
     

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