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    TribalSleeve
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    Okay guys, I've tried numerous ways to do it and this is the ROCK solid way to do it.

    Gotta Have:

    DVD-R/DVD+R Drive
    Discs (no sh*t right?)

    SOFTWARE:
    Neo DVD Encoder (for converting AVI/MPG to the neccecary VOB/BUP/IFO files.)
    DVD Shrink 3.11 (for ripping a DVD and shrinking it to fit on a standard disc)
    Nero capable of burning DVD's

    1) Rent movie from Blockbuster, Borrow from friend etc.
    2) Start DVD Shrink
    3) Insert DVD
    4) Compress movie to fit on 4.7GB disc.
    5) Burn with Nero.

    Yes, it IS that simple.

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
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    nice TribalSleeve, I do it exactly the same, but it's smart to add a step by step guide how to use the programs if you do that I maybe make this topic a PINNED one

    {I}{K}{E}

  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    Originally posted by {I}{K}{E}@14 January 2004 - 01:17
    nice TribalSleeve, I do it exactly the same, but it's smart to add a step by step guide how to use the programs if you do that I maybe make this topic a PINNED one

    {I}{K}{E}
    tru tru





  4. Movies & TV   -   #4
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    can u burn a whole dvd on to a cd-r

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    Originally posted by h121589@13 January 2004 - 19:04
    can u burn a whole dvd on to a cd-r
    not the whole dvd, just the movie. the whole dvd includes languages, special features, deleted scenes, the works so it&#39;s well over 4.7 gb, you can only fit the movie from the dvd onto a cd, unless it&#39;s less then 80 minutes, <<if it is, search up a guide on kvcd.

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  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
    i find it a lot easier to use dvd decrypter to put the movie on to your HD, then use dvd2one.
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