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Old Jan 26, 2003, 11:00 AM
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Are you guys using the demo or have you bought it?
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Old Jan 26, 2003, 11:03 AM
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[B]Wat was the quality of the rencoded movie like m8? [/B]
just did a 3hr 30min film which was NTSC and 6.66Gb in total, then used dvd2one which converted it into 4.36Gb with the 5.1DD in 23mins, not bad at all

i burned using primo, booted up 1st time on my sony standalone and wat can i say, the quality is oustanding, i think i can tell the picutre quality isnt as sharp as it is the on the original, cant seem to see any blocks or anything though, which is a good sign

cant compare it to a 1 pass vbr with cce yet, as i havent used it yet, will be doing that next to compare.

would be interesting to know if dvd2one is better then cce 1 pass

anyone like to add to this?
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Old Jan 26, 2003, 11:10 AM
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You converted a 3hr 30 min film in 23 mins!!!this sounds like wonder software to me.
BTW wat spec system was that coversion on.
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Old Jan 26, 2003, 11:27 AM
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thx biggy 7
did not know you had to burn too hard drive 1st
thx for letting me know sounds good

thx m8
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Old Jan 26, 2003, 02:28 PM
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can ya help me out if possible biggy 7
after i rip the dvd into a folder with smart rip
makeing the source directory the folder were i riped the dvd
then im makeing up anoter folder were dvd2 one makes the next sage befor i burn onto dvd-r but when i do this it only makes the folder 40meg
which is wrong???? info would be cool hope you make sence of all that

thank you for your time GTIR
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Old Jan 26, 2003, 02:49 PM
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[B]can ya help me out if possible biggy 7
after i rip the dvd into a folder with smart rip
makeing the source directory the folder were i riped the dvd
then im makeing up anoter folder were dvd2 one makes the next sage befor i burn onto dvd-r but when i do this it only makes the folder 40meg
which is wrong???? info would be cool hope you make sence of all that

thank you for your time GTIR [/B]
have u looed at their site mate? ***********.dvd2one.com/howtouse.htm
u r doing the 1st bit right, after u select source and destination, on the next screem shoose one audio track and any subtitle track if eed be, then click on Angle 1, then next

it should work ok

i would recommend u using: ***********.dvddecrypter.com in file mode as its very good and easy, i dont liek smart ripper, theres something about it.

hope this helps mate
 

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