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07-13-2004, 10:19 PM
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@anyone,

http://www.dvd2one.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=512

This release seems to be confusing with low, Med, High compression
distribution. Maybe someone can tell us how it suppose to work

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07-14-2004, 04:52 AM
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Hi bp,

reading that post in their forum it does sound confusing, unfortunately I dont use DVD2One as I prefer using DVDShrink for backing up my DVD's.
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07-14-2004, 07:36 AM
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Exactly the same thing : I did not understand anything on their description page so I didn't even DL the trial release.
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07-17-2004, 04:23 PM
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Update:

DVD dual-layer are coming soon, so DVD+-R will disappear. The one click
transcoders will also disappear. You'll be able to fully backup your
purchased DVD's (menus, directors cuts,etc.) without any problems.

As for DVD2one v1.5.0, a preview (low,med,high) would help to decide
which compression is best to use. This may be moot, once DVD dual-layer
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07-17-2004, 04:29 PM
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Quote:
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DVD dual-layer are coming soon, so DVD+-R will disappear.
Why do you want them to disapear ? There will be 2layer disc in both formats ! (even is only +R has delivered its withe book till now).

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transcoders will also disappear. You'll be able to fully backup your
purchased DVD's (menus, directors cuts,etc.) without any problems.
Unfortunally false. Pre-recorded DVD can handle 9.2GB where recordable ones will be limited to 8.7GB.
And do not expect to put a DVD not completly full on a DVD+R eitheir because the layer break won't fall at the same place.
So the transcoder will still be necessary. Only the compression will be a lot more closer to 95% than 70%
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Thanks for that info Phil I didn't know that about the new dual layer DVD-R's.
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