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Old 07-19-2005, 05:31 PM   #21
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I use DVDX copy platnum, and even in the advanced mode, there is no option to shrink or compact, anyway, using the simple mode i am able to burn a DVD in about an hour or less.. assuming it fits onto the blank DVD. Also, i am able to preform other tasks on the computer, its just a bit slower...
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I use platinum and the compacting is done automatically the third screen in, it will show you the compression percentage.
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Old 07-20-2005, 01:52 AM   #23
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ok, i finally got it to work! I used DVD shrink coupled with Nero and it works!!!!! YAY... its just such a long and involved process, it took me about an hour and a half to do one movie, and after messing up about 8 DVD's (trying different programs) I got it to work perfectly!

THanks everyone, and if you know of a good program that will convert it to CD format, please enlighten me, becuase the one i tried was way to complicated.
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Not sure how smart it is discuss illegal activities on public forums. I hope you don't get caught....
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Old 07-21-2005, 12:56 AM   #25
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non-copyrighted dvds are legal to copy.
no one said anything about copyrighted dvds.
perhaps read the whole thread?
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Old 07-21-2005, 01:07 AM   #26
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of course i only want to make backups of the DVD's i own in case they should get messed up. 8)
perhaps you should re-read the post
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my humble apologies oh learned one.
even still...
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no one said anything about copyrighted dvds.
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lol....i'm over it.....whatever ya'll want to do
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I dont copy dvd's myself (I personaly dont have a dvd burner)... If you do a little reaseach into copyright law you would see that backing up your data (vhs tapes comes to mind) just incase of a cotastrahpy like a fire destroys your data, has been found legal.. I reailze there is one case in a lower court that has refuted tons of previous case law but that is under appeal and it is very unlikely the desion will hold up in a higher court.
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I don't know too many people who copy their movies and store them in a fire resistant safe or a safety deposit box.
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