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DVD SHrink it Options ans settings leave at default?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by emunity, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. emunity

    emunity Member

    Sep 15, 2004
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    I just updated to the latest version of DVD shrink it.

    THere are preferences and when you click backup there are more option tabs.

    WHat would you recommned?

    These are my current settings:

    Under Preferences:

    Preferences:Last two cheked

    Preview: I chose stero which is the default and System Fedualt Renderer but my friend said to choose "Overlay Mixer"?

    Output FIles: I left as default first 4 chekced.

    Stream selections: Left at default but my friend chose english for the first filed then checked disable at bottom and AC3 instead of AC3 and LPCM?

    File I/O: Left at default third one checked and unchecked Nero because I want to burn with Nero. SHoudl I re-check it? I want to lauchn Nero and mnaully slide in the VOB files etc.

    After that I click Re-Author then slode the Main title only into the left field then choose backup:

    On the backup menu is a new TAB Stream should I leave that at default?

    There are only a couple of tabs I question:

    Qaultiy Settings: Should I leave them at default? They are empty fields at default. This seems to be a new feature in this latest version? a are few newer versions.

    Options: Leave everything at default? I question the first one run backup in low priotity mode?

    Can anyone help me with these settings the guide does not help you with them, and the guid does not mention to you to re-author before backup which is weird.


  2. Sophocles

    Sophocles Senior member

    Mar 1, 2003
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    If the compression is low, say under 10% then you don't need to change the settings to quality unless you are very fussy.

    Usually when one selects the movie only there is no need for compression because the movie is already small enough to fit on a single DVD-R/+.

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