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02-18-2003, 08:59 AM
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02-18-2003, 09:28 AM
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Thanks black prince,

Got it Time for a test run

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02-18-2003, 10:26 AM
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The software has increased 10 Kb.

I don't know but, now I think dvd2one connects to internet (checking for legal copies )
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02-18-2003, 11:00 AM
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I just finished processing a DVD (The bourne identity) with InstantCopy (Full DVD with extras etc. ) and it looks like crap compared to DVD2ONE (Viewed on HDTV)
I did the same (movie only) with DVD2ONE BUT I selected 2000MB as target size just to see what kind of quality it would make in 1/2 DVD space. IT ROCKS It is FAR less blocky that InstantCopy in HALF the same space. I don't know about those reviews (and screenshots) comparing InstantCopy to DVD2ONE, but I have seen the results. There's NOTHING even close to DVD2ONE yet

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02-18-2003, 09:18 PM
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@Kwag,

Kwag wrote:
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I just finished processing a DVD (The bourne identity) with InstantCopy (Full DVD with extras etc. ) and it looks like crap compared to DVD2ONE (Viewed on HDTV)
I did the same (movie only) with DVD2ONE BUT I selected 2000MB as target size just to see what kind of quality it would make in 1/2 DVD space. IT ROCKS It is FAR less blocky that InstantCopy in HALF the same space. I don't know about those reviews (and screenshots) comparing InstantCopy to DVD2ONE, but I have seen the results. There's NOTHING even close to DVD2ONE yet
DVD2one is known to have trouble with "The Matrix". It doesn't handle
multi-angles, and layer breaks with this movie. Test this movie, Kwag and
see if it has been fixed. The latest update took a long time due to
secure registration. I hope now the updates will be forth coming sooner.
I'd like to see future enhancements for user bitrate control to tweak
picture quality on par with CCE. DVD2one ROCKS.

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02-19-2003, 08:58 PM
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Kwag,
What about a comparison between DVD2ONE at 2000MB and Tmpeg with the same file size, which one is better?
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02-19-2003, 09:49 PM
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Kwag,
What about a comparison between DVD2ONE at 2000MB and Tmpeg with the same file size, which one is better?
TMPEG blows DVD2ONE away

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