DVD to DVD±R: step by step

@ 2003/08/21
Comment from Evangeliz @ 2003/08/25
Dur0n, If you need a hand, just let me know, I'll help ya as much as I can
Comment from DUR0N @ 2003/08/24
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Originally posted by Bosw8er
Maybe someone could make an improved or other tutorial
item has added to the queue list ?
first the pc-tv guide, and i don't have time for that either now :/
Comment from Bosw8er @ 2003/08/23
Maybe someone could make an improved or other tutorial
Comment from Evangeliz @ 2003/08/22
I don't think you guys have Louis De Funès movies at home
And I know where to buy them but hey rental would be better
Comment from the maniak @ 2003/08/22
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Originally posted by Evangeliz
The only thing that sux is that you can't find every movie in the video rental store.
I have a quiet large collection and am looking for some movies that are really difficult to find in DVD format
why don't u put a list online, maybe somebody has one of those movies and is willing to sell at a good price
Comment from Evangeliz @ 2003/08/22
The only thing that sux is that you can't find every movie in the video rental store.
I have a quiet large collection and am looking for some movies that are really difficult to find in DVD format
Comment from DUR0N @ 2003/08/22
trash all audiotracks except the english 5.1 AC3
trash all subtitels except french & dutch
trash all extras
minor recompressing
fits on a dvd-r nicely
Comment from Evangeliz @ 2003/08/22
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Originally posted by DUR0N
dvddecrypter has a burn engine, right?
Yeah, never used it tho, dunno if it's any good.

@RB : there is DVD9 and DVD5 : DVD 9 are 2 layers dvd and are too big. fe : DVD9 : 7.5G and DVD-R = 4.3G
So if you want to keep all audio tracks and extras and menu's then you need to compress the video or only the extras.
Most obvious is first to remove the audio tracks you don't need.
and subs even if they don't take much space. The extra's you could keep, but not really needed so throw them away.
You probably have a movie that is still too big but the compression would be less high and quality better.
Comment from RichBa5tard @ 2003/08/21
Why do you need to compress a movie while making a DVD to DVD-+R copy?
Comment from DUR0N @ 2003/08/21
dvddecrypter has a burn engine, right?
Comment from Evangeliz @ 2003/08/21
Before the 1 click and done programs I used IFOedit and such.
During a whole time I used DVD2one when it came out.
Kickass program, very fast compared to IFO, 12min to compress movie and have a good quality. Ok IFO gives better quality but 4 hours against 12 mins is a huge difference. I'm still using it even if dvdshrink has more options, well I use both, depending on what need to be ripped/compressed. IC is also a very good prog but I think it's not really user friendly. It took me some time to find the correct settings.

Best freeware combo : Dvddecryptor and dvdshrink

Also very important is which prog you use to burn.
Nero gave some errors in the past. Never had those errors but some had so I mention it.

 

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