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enables you to use different compression levels for different parts of a title.

Done in "Re-author" mode, it doesn't require the use of multiple instances, hence a seamless playback.


The simplest application could be to use "Still Pictures" on the end-credits.

One of the most powerful could be to selectively apply less compression to demanding parts of a movie (action scenes, scenes with smoke, water...).
For a brand new guide:
http://www.dvdshrink.info/mixed-compressions.htm


this is really great in making DVD backups :).. u can now manually decide which parts of a movie needs more data ... Shrink is really GREAT !!!
 

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I love Shrink DVD it works great. Ease of use i outstanding. Im going to intergrate it with Main Lobby soon.
 

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Yep , best dvd software out there right now and you can't beat the price ;) .

--- Jason
 

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We all love to beat up on software that's buggy and funky.....especially from those companies that like to create hardware and software that doesn't work as advertised, but I think DVDShrink is one of the best applications I own, period. He usually fixes any bugs that pop up quickly (I remember something like three or four Betas in one weekend recently). And that's not even considering that he won't even accept donations!


For those that haven't read and followed Bob Sorrell's ripping 101, you really don't know what you're missing! :D


Long live DVDShrink!
 
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