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Marmar
2006-05-23, 07:34 PM
So I remember someone here saying there was a way to split a DVD9 to a DVD5 without much quality loss.....I know how to just bangzoom along with DVDShrink, but it's gonna compress the living daylights out of it.....

Is there a tutorial anywhere that can show some insight on making this happen without compressing the hell out of it?......Can I just take the video stream and re-encode it at a lower bitrate????

I dunno...I'm at a loss here.....my player freezes up with dual layer discs....won't even load em......only burned ones though.....

HELP!

Marmar

Five
2006-05-23, 08:08 PM
videohelp.com
doom9.org

hope this helps

(damn, I can hear Dolly Parton in my head now!)

ohkeepa
2006-05-23, 08:09 PM
workin... nine to five!! :lol

hey mar

yeltzin_4
2006-05-24, 12:03 AM
So I remember someone here saying there was a way to split a DVD9 to a DVD5 without much quality loss.....


You can use DVDShrink to split a DVD9 onto two DVD5 without any quality loss. You will lose the menu though...
Here's a link to a tutorial:
http://www.dvd-guides.com/content/view/48/59/

mgleason007
2006-05-26, 12:00 PM
http://www.doom9.org/mpg/ifoedit-2dvdrs.htm

ALPINEVALLEY04'
2010-03-27, 03:08 PM
http://www.magicdvdripper.com/


no quality loss

tay666
2010-03-28, 11:46 AM
DVDFab will split with no quality loss, and you can keep your menues as well.
http://www.dvdfab.com/

lordsmurf
2010-03-30, 03:50 AM
I dunno...I'm at a loss here.....my player freezes up with dual layer discs....won't even load em......only burned ones though.....


Are you using Verbatim DVD+R DL, booktyped to DVD-ROM (with booktype compatible drive), and does the data have proper 32k gapping, with a correctly set layer break?

How old is the player? Brand/model.

shopkin
2010-03-31, 11:18 AM
.........
How old is the player? Brand/model.

:thumbsup