I am new to your forum and would appreciate some help with DVD shrink.
I have been using DVD shrink for many years on XP with two drives, but I now have Windows 7 and single drive.
My hope is that you can advise me how to use DVD shrink on a single drive. I open the the disk in my drive and then choose backup, but I am not sure what to do after that as previous it would list both of my drives - going from one to another.
I am sorry to ask a basic thing but I can not find a any info on this.
Thank you in advance.
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Thread: DVD Shrink using single drive
My advice would be to send it to the hdd as an iso file then burn it with IngBurn.
Thanks for your help
If I do that - would I still be able to put it on to a disk and watch on my DVD player as the original film.
Yes to either way you do it. My way or rbivi's way will create a dvd that is playable on a standard player.
Your both a star - thanks for your help
I know its an additional step or 2, but I find that decrypting with DVDDecrypter/DVDFabHDDecrypter/AnyDVD and ripping to harddrive, as ISO then shrinking (if need be) with DVDShrink/DVDRemake to a new ISO, then burning with Imgburn, will get me the best quality with the most features, at the near exact size I desire and consistently high quality burns -every time. Have not been disappointed in years and I have a collection (legal) in the 1000s.
And it doesn't require more than 1 drive (even though I have multiples).
Scott"When will the rhetorical questions end?!" - George Carlin
Thanks for the help - I have now got my first copy all ok and all works well.
Have a good weekend