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Old Sep 28, 2003, 01:57 PM
Matrix_581 Matrix_581 is offline
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Default Phonebooth 1:1 ?

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can i make a 1:1 back up of the phonebooth? with the menus and everything?

any guides? What software should i use?
Old Sep 28, 2003, 02:26 PM
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Old Sep 28, 2003, 07:05 PM
jesterrace777 jesterrace777 is offline
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Default Re: Phonebooth 1:1 ?

[i]Originally posted by Matrix_581 [/i]
[B]can i make a 1:1 back up of the phonebooth? with the menus and everything?

any guides? What software should i use? [/B]
Well where are you located? (US/UK, ect)? as that makes a big difference. The US and UK releases don't always have the same stuff on them. My guess would be that you won't be able to do a 1:1 backup as it is a newer DVD and they are generally loaded down with special features. DVD Shrink is the program to get (look at the guide in the link listed above). You can pick it up for free from
Old Sep 29, 2003, 04:57 PM
AdioKIP AdioKIP is offline
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Phone booth was small enough that you can make a 1:1 copy. Atleast in the US.
Old Sep 29, 2003, 11:34 PM
nimbles nimbles is offline
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In the Uk I know the rental disc is only ever so slightly over the limit if you remove the additional audio and subtitle streams.

If you remove the trailers from that disc i think it'd fit on one disc- but thats easier said than done. but we're talking about less than 10% reduction in file size to get it to fit on the disc so you can do the movie and menu uncompressed (in dvdshrink or ic8) and do the "making of" doc at around 70% compressed. (which is not too bad i've done full movies that have been compressed more than that and they haven't turned out that badly- and face it you're only ever going to watch the documentary once or twice )

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