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09-12-2005, 10:57 PM
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i want to back up my tv shows from my dvds but the problem is i need to know if it is ok to forced film them i tried it once and in some places playback was slow (even on the computer) what do u all suggest for this what setting do i need to use in dgmpgdec i wanna be able to put whole seasons on 1 dvd so i dont have to carry 3-4 (aaargh) discs for each season
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09-12-2005, 11:21 PM
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Hi buzz86,

BEWARE
Some (most?) TV shows are shot VIDEO, and not FILM.
You have to make sure your DVDs are 23.976.
You can find this out quickly with DVD2AVI, and running a preview (F5).
If after running for about a minute or so it displays >= 95%, then you can set "Force FILM", and proceed.
If not, then you have a 29.97fps video.

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