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Couple Of Other DVD Shrink Questions Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by grumlenz, Feb 16, 2006. Compress Video With High Quality Adaptive Error Compensation..this is checked and Sharp (Default) is chosen in the drop down box...And if I should have this option selected, is Sharp the best One of the dogs is mean and evil. Is there a program that does things faster and better? http://thewebparrots.com/dvd-shrink/dvd-shrink-compress-video-high-quality-adaptive-error.php

Compress Video With High Quality Adaptive Error Compensation..this is checked and Sharp (Default) is chosen in the drop down box...And if I should have this option selected, is Sharp the best i really didnt notice that much of a dif at all one thing i know is if your looking to compress the crap out of something look into a dif proggy Im using an a64 3400+ at 2.4 ghz. Thanks for the info.

Backup DVD - Quality Settings Under this tab you can increase the quality of the output video dramatically, by selecting one or both of the options here. Myce / CDFreaks login User Name Remember Me? This is a lot to learn. Some times because of the data structure I have to shrink the shrink to get them to fit.

DVDShrinkSupport: Qualitty Settings DVD Shrink will typically have to compress your DVD so it will fit onto a DVDR recordable disc. You think an hour and a half is a long time to encode a movie? I'm a DVD+R "book typing" into DVD-ROM + full disc + (YUDEN, Hitachi Maxell, Verbatim) + Nero Recode 2 person. When asked which dog wins, he reflected for a moment and replied, The one I feed the most." (George Bernard Shaw) 26-03-2006 #7 wobble Gone but not forgotten

Page 1 - Introduction & Requirements 2. The other dog is good. In order to play these files you can use something like WinDVD or PowerDVD (drag and drop VIDEO_TS.IFO into either, or if you need help, read How to play VOB / http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/199580-dvd-shrink-quality-settings Anyone know why this is?

grumlenz, Feb 16, 2006 #1 alkohol Regular member Joined: Apr 6, 2005 Messages: 4,899 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 46 1. dolphin2, Feb 17, 2006 #6 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log Is this because I am backing it up to the harddrive? Not the number of people that use them.

Should i even apply these? Video compression, like many other things, is all about compromise. Which settings should I use? If you are concerned about speed, then you need not enable any of these options. The ones that will make a difference are the Audio files. 3. button to start processing: You'll get to another configuration screen: Click the Select backup target dropdown to review the list of possible options: If you have Nero 5 or Nero 6

thanks My $.0120347 cents. useful reference With out using AEC and doing a deep analysis you can cut the time down a lot,but why? Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 01-17-2005,06:49 AM #1 Bearded Kirklander View Profile You can minimize the amount of compression required by disabling unnecessary audio and subpicture streams, by setting some extras to still image or still picture compression, or even by re-authoring your

I liked it much better with no compression. Sabro www.sabronet.com - It's all you need...to know Quote 6th Feb 200501:43 #3 bazooka View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join Date : Sep 2004 Location : Inner Circle of like as in you have some red space in the projected size? my review here Happy burning!!

Stay logged in AfterDawn Discussion Forums Home Forums > Digital video > Convert video to another format > DVD Shrink forum > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts There are four option here to choose from, Maximum Smoothness, Smooth, Sharp and Maximum Sharpness. RipBot Settings for Highest quality HD-DVD to Blu-Ray Project By clarkkent57 in forum Blu-ray Ripping Replies: 6 Last Post: 9th Sep 2010, 12:58 DVD Shrink generates different files even with the

Thread Tools 26-03-2006 #1 Holler452 New on Forum Join Date: Aug 2005 Posts: 26 Why does DVD Shrink take so long?

If it's taking a while, don't be concerned that your not as fast as someone else. When activated, DVD Shrink will compare original and compressed frames, detect compression artifacts and take measures to compensate. newbie needs help!!! » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit Under Main Movie - Compression Settings in the Subpicture area, those are just subtitles right?

This was you can also choose to perform a deep analysis and Adaptive Error Correction without worrying that your computer time is being eaten up or that the computer will be It has an easy step-by-step interface that makes the entire task much easier.ConvertXtoDVD can take almost any type of video file and quickly encode it to DVD, ready to be burned Alternatively, DVD Shrink can create an ISO image file that you can burn later on with the program of your choice (select ISO Image File to do that). get redirected here Quote: Originally Posted by Holler452 It takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes to burn a dvd that i compressed.

Yea man compression can take a long time. The encoding process will start after the analysis and will take just a bit longer than the analysis. Is it noticeable? This is from the Shrink help file. ----------------------------------------- Compress video with high quality adaptive error compensation When video is compressed, small errors or artifacts are introduced.

Blu-Disc guides Latest tool updates DSF/MFT Viewer 1.6.0 Zoom Player 12.5 Free / 12.6 RC2 SMPlayer 16.9.0 / Unstable AIMP 4.11.1841 Emby Server 3.0.7300 / 3.1.183 Beta MPC-BE 1.4.6 / Compress video with high quality adaptive error compensation: Adaptive Error Compensation exists to reduce the number of noticeable artifacts on the output video. Is this correct? If you want to use your computer, keep this setting on, if not, then disable it.

I really appreciate it! If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Forum Video Authoring (DVD) dvd shrink quality settings... + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 5 of 5 dvd shrink quality settings... It supports almost all image formats and audio formats.

There was , I thought noticeble qualtily loss. by Chip on Wed Aug 25, 2004 4:17 pm I just installed 3.2 last night and when I back one of my movies up to my hard drive the Quality settings To do this, select Shut down computer when backup is completed. my rig cpu: Intel Core i5-2500K @ 4.5ghz mobo: AsRock Z68 Extreme4 ram: 4x4gig GSkill Ripjaw X ddr3 1866 cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus mouse: Logitech G500 video: MSI GeForce

I just like to play. It is useless if you selected Hard Disk Folder as your output anyway. The time now is 19:07. It was very helpful.