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08-05-2004, 12:25 PM
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If there were a tool for KDVD like Shrink is would be so easy to select your audio files, subs and Movie plus any extras you would want.
I think that one day it's urgent to stop begging for new things.
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The problem now is I want to record this to a DVD+R, how do I get Shrink to just burn the movie I just transcoded without having to wait 2 hours for it again to do it's thing? .
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That's what I thought Phil which is what confused me when It was taking 4 hours to process Along Came Polly.

Really seeing as it is only transcoding it shoud not take so long I didn't have deep analysis on so the only other prob could be the DVD-ROM speed.

I might have to flash the bios and update it or say unlock it.
take a look: (Make sure DMA is set on all drives)
http://www.mrbass.org/dvdnewbie/#2
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08-05-2004, 01:15 PM
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I think that one day it's urgent to stop begging for new things.
Im not begging for anything Phil to be honest I just said it was nice to dream. :P

Im patient and I am more than happy with the current tools available to me of which there are many.

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Thanks Jorge for that tip on the DMA being switched on I shall give that a try see if it improves my speed probs.

EDIT: Hi Jorge, just checked and all DMA settings are switched on.
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08-08-2004, 01:40 AM
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I don't think you'll ever see a notch matrix for Shrink.

It's not a real compressor, it's a transcoder - what they call "compressed domain transcoding" (or some such). It's a completely different thing to re compressing like we do with Tmpgenc or CCE.

I've just done a movie only (no menu, no extras), in 87%, in 27 mins (inc burn with Shrink), quality = undetectable from original dvd.
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08-09-2004, 05:44 AM
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@Fluffbutt

Thanks for the info.

I do think Shrink does do a good job of backing up DVD's with reasonable quality but it's still not a patch on the 'notch' matrix.

I've made KDVD's with 3 movies on one DVD up to 6 hours and the quality is indistinquishable from the original.
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08-09-2004, 06:58 AM
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I've made KDVD's with 3 movies on one DVD up to 6 hours and the quality is indistinquishable from the original.
Calm down on such declaration. Let say that _you_ don't see any diff from the original (btw anyone speaking here is speaking for himself, that's logical ). But I can show you a lot of diff...
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08-09-2004, 07:46 AM
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Very true Phil I agree there I may have gone a bit overboard.

For one2one backup I think KDVD quality is awesome provided of course that your original DVD source is also of good quality.

EDIT: To many for's at the beginning of my second paragraph.
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08-09-2004, 07:49 AM
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For for one2one backup I think KDVD quality is awesome provided of course that your original DVD source is also of good quality.
Yes. You can even say that sometimes the KDVD looks better than the original
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08-09-2004, 07:53 AM
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Yes. You can even say that sometimes the KDVD looks better than the original
Again very true Phil I did backup one of my DVD's with just one2one and the end result was amazing and the quality superb.
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08-09-2004, 07:30 PM
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@Phil

I downloaded ImgTool Burn ver 1.1.5 (Not Classic) and I need to know if I can leave the settings as default or do I need to change a few things.

I have a NEC 1300A firmware 1.0A and in Nero when burning an authored DVD I usually leave Nero to the default settings such as Book type DVD-ROM.

I was wondering if I should set this in ImgTool but I read on their forum that there is a problem with the NEC1300A when using this.

Is Book Type important?

I ask this as although Nero burns my DVD's o.k and they play o.k I have had a couple of DVD's that when I've tried to copy the files back to my PC either by trying to re-rip them or just using Windows explorer to copy the VOBs over I get this Windows error: "Cannot Copy VTS_01_05: Data errir (Cyclic Redundancy Check)."

So to recap:

In the Filesystem Flags: I have these ticked:

Enable UDF
Enable ISO 9660

Other Settings: These are ticked:

Enable Burn-Proof
Don't eject media after burning

In the main Window these are ticked:

Reallocate Video_TS Scructure & Quick Erase for DVD-RW & DVD+RW

Any light you can shed on this Phil would be greatly appreciated.
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08-10-2004, 02:09 AM
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I downloaded ImgTool Burn ver 1.1.5 (Not Classic) and I need to know if I can leave the settings as default or do I need to change a few things.
This tool has settings ? Never noticed

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Cannot Copy VTS_01_05: Data errir (Cyclic Redundancy Check)."
Physical problem on the media, nothing to do with all what you are wondering about. Else you would have them on all your disc and not a couple of them.
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08-10-2004, 03:58 AM
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Thanks Phil so basically I can just leave the default settings.

I main reason I asked was the DVD-ROM book type option.

On Nero this is ticked but on ImgBurn its unticked. So I guess I can leave it unticked.
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