Re: dual layer DVDs

From: gyoungblood (email suppressed)
Date: Tue May 15 2007 - 17:42:28 PDT

Thanks for the suggestion Philip. I did a lot of research before buying
"1-Click DVD," including the two you mention. I use the decrypter "Any DVD"
in tandem with "1-Click" and I'm quite happy with them ("Any DVD" is a
marvelous package that allows you to do lots of other things as well, like
override region restrictions, etc.).

----- Original Message -----
From: "Philip Hood" <email suppressed>
To: <email suppressed>
Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2007 6:02 PM
Subject: Re: [FRAMEWORKS] dual layer DVDs

> hi gene - I have heard of a set of software for pc that
> should give you pretty good control - "dvd decrypter" for
> pulling data off of the dvds, and then "dvd shrink" for managing
> the compression. I think both are free.
> once you've
> got the data from the dvd, you can just check the size of
> the directory you've created. if its bigger than 8.5 gigs,
> then you know that you're going to have to compress some
> files somewhere ...
> ml
> pth
> On Tue, 15 May 2007, gyoungblood wrote:
>> I use an app called "1-Click DVD" for PCs. It does not give me choice of
>> bit rate (which I don't understand in any case). It simply tells me that
>> to copy a movie from a dual layer DVD to a single layer disc, a certain
>> amount of compression will be necessary, and that's that. And why would
>> it give me a choice anyway? One assumes that the default compression is
>> the minimum needed to do the job, right? Why would it be otherwise? The
>> app does allow me to specify if I'm copying to a dual layer disc, which
>> is why I asked if that eliminates compression -- or, as you put it,
>> results in a bit-for-bit copy.
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