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    Dvd to Dvd Backup

    My most current project is working on a way to back up dvd movies to a dvd's
    But of course theres that pesky problem with size useing vobcopy& vobstripper i have been able to produce a Dvd iso around the size of 4.6GB Still won't fit on a 4.7GB Dvd-R WTF
    Does Anyone now of away to decrease video quality of a vob file.
    I want to start with a vob file and have a vob file when im done so divx is out k .
    F**** man i thought i had it htere for a min untill i found out in order to back a dvd up the back up has to be around 4.4GB small in order to fit on a 4.7GB Dvd-R
    Any help would be great.

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    Could you break it in to two discs?

    Or is that not an option?

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    i as well have looked for solutions to this problem in complete and total futility, please post a link if you find an answer.

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    Re: Dvd to Dvd Backup

    Yes i am able to break them up into 2 disks.
    I have found away to make a Dvd to Dvd Backup on 1 disk
    with great quality and playable in most Dvd Players
    Just need to work out a couple bugs and build a Gui
    When finashed I will upload a DL Link i predict that it may be done today or tomorow hopefully.
    If everythink works out i will be the firstone to hve constructed such an appt
    wooohooo Linux Linux

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    Shit, let me know, I am about to finally buy a DVD burner for all of these damn DVDR images I have accidentally downloaded via BitTorrent

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    Accidentally downloaded??

    Rightt.......

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    Re: Dvd to Dvd Backup

    I burned a Dvd Last night and tested it out in 2 Dvd players and a ps2
    Sound & Video Quality were really good only problem was that 2 inch's on each side of screen (left & right) were cut off
    or more like the res of the movie was to high

    Second Test Before Bed
    I was able to change res0 but a green bar showed up on the bottom and sound quality was way off kinda like a really bad kungfu flick

    I have to go and do a few thinks but as soon as i come home ill continue working this out its just a matter of settings.

    Ohh ya that first dvd i copyed plays perfectly on xine or and dvd play on linux just need to have it be perfect when playing on standard dvd players that are not connected to the computer

    The gui is looking really nice to.
    http://tinypic.com/la9g6

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    Screenshot?

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    Re: Dvd to Dvd Backup

    I haven't worked on the dvd copyer for a couple days now i got side tracked by a Wacom Usb Tablet and a Dead HP Printer i have some people working on the dvd copyer we will be adding ps1 & ps2 & vhs to dvd Support

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    sweet!

    please put a link up when you want some beta-testers

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