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Old 13 Apr 2006, 06:24 AM   #1
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Right now I use DVD D and DVD Shrink with no problems. So, is ImgBurn a replacement for both of these programs that I am using together? Does ImgBurn perform the same functions as DVD D and DVD Shrink (i.e. decrypt, back up)? Thanks!

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Old 13 Apr 2006, 06:37 AM   #2
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ImgBurn does not perform any decryption... It's simply an enhanced version of the DVD Decrypter (3.5.4) burn engine and superb it is.

If you output to ISO via DVD Shrink or need to burn any images files to CD/DVD it's the s/w to use.

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Old 13 Apr 2006, 07:17 AM   #3
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ImgBurn does not perform any decryption... It's simply an enhanced version of the DVD Decrypter (3.5.4) burn engine and superb it is.

If you output to ISO via DVD Shrink or need to burn any images files to CD/DVD it's the s/w to use.

So, it could take the place of DVD Shrink, since DVD Shrink is not updated anymore?
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Old 13 Apr 2006, 07:27 AM   #4
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Dvd Shrink will shrink a movie from it's original size so that it will fit on a normal dvd blank.

ImgBurn will burn to dvd an ISO file.

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So, it could take the place of DVD Shrink, since DVD Shrink is not updated anymore?
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Old 13 Apr 2006, 08:00 AM   #5
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Here is the quickest and all the best freeware route to go:

1. DVD Decrypter with the COMPLETE PSL2 installation package for RIPING.

2. DVD Shrink for OPTIONS and TRANSCODE down to approximately 4.7gb to fit on a standard BLANK DVD-5 (DVD+R)

3. Imageburn to BURN the ISO image to a DVD+R using book type settings so the blank DVD-5 backup will play on almost any standalone DVD player. (tricked to DVD-ROM disk)
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Here is the quickest and all the best freeware route to go:

1. DVD Decrypter with the COMPLETE PSL2 installation package for RIPING.

2. DVD Shrink for OPTIONS and TRANSCODE down to approximately 4.7gb to fit on a standard BLANK DVD-5 (DVD+R)

3. Imageburn to BURN the ISO image to a DVD+R using book type settings so the blank DVD-5 backup will play on almost any standalone DVD player. (tricked to DVD-ROM disk)
Ok... DVD Decrypter > DVD Shrink > ImgBurn. When you say 'book type settings" what are you refering to? Sorry to be a pain...
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