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Thread: Dvd To Dvd-r Newbie Guide

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    DVD to DVD-R Newbie Guide

    I know there are already some guides on how 2 do this but i'd thought id post a really simple newbie guide.

    First off you'll need:

    DVD Decrypter download here
    DVD Shrink download here

    Insert the DVD you want to copy and load up DVD Decrypter.

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    1: Click Edit and Select All or just click Ctrl+A

    2: Now all of these files should be selected

    3: Click this button to select the output, I suggest that you make a new folder

    4: Click this button to start Decrypting

    Now you have the files on your hard drive, remove the DVD.

    Now start up DVD Shrink

    RED: Click Open Folder

    BLUE: Now select the folder that you just made in DVD Decrypter

    GREEN: Click OK

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    DVD Shrink will now do a short analysis:



    Once it has done doing the analysis you can see at the top if the movie will fit onto a DVD-R (Circled RED) in this occasion it will but if it doesn't uncheck un needed things in the list like different languages (Circled BLUE) or if necassary get rid of extras

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    Now click on backup and this screen will load

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    BLUE: Select where the temporary files will go

    GREEN: Select Backup Options



    RED: If you choose this option the process will take longer but will produce better quality

    BLUE: Choose this option if you are wishing to use other programs while the backup is in process

    CLICK OK

    Now insert a Blank DVDR and let DVD Shrink do its job.

    Hope this is useful

    BC-UK

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    muchspl2
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    85% and higher seems to give a great picture, anymore and you'll risk losing quality (where you can see it )
    I remove all the languish and audio extras (spanish/french ETC)

  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    it wouldnt let me check "Perform deep analysis before backup to improve quality"

  4. Movies & TV   -   #4
    Dont worry its prob sent to default

    can u post a pic of the problem?

  5. Movies & TV   -   #5
    muchspl2
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    thats the first thing I did was open preferences and check that, try again are reinstall it
    was it checking the dvd when you tried to tick that option

  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
    Originally posted by muchspl2@19 June 2004 - 21:29
    thats the first thing I did was open preferences and check that, try again are reinstall it
    was it checking the dvd when you tried to tick that option
    nice idea muchspl2

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    DVD Decrypter ???


    You only need DVD Shrink and NERO.


    btw. you need nero installed to let DVD Shrink auto burn the files.

  8. Movies & TV   -   #8
    Originally posted by {I}{K}{E}@19 June 2004 - 23:04
    DVD Decrypter ???


    You only need DVD Shrink and NERO.


    btw. you need nero installed to let DVD Shrink auto burn the files.
    Ok thanks IKE

    I use DVD Decrypter cause i fink it produces better results but thats my opinion

  9. Movies & TV   -   #9
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    this guide isnt complete...


    what about ripping without menu and extras (re-author)? this way the quality of the movie would be much better.

  10. Movies & TV   -   #10
    It was just supposed to be a simple DVD to DVD-R Guide but I will update it.

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