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Old 1 May 2004, 01:39 AM   #1
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Dear all, I am a beginner on this forum.
I have a question: in dvdsqueeze advertistment two main things are claimed
1. Backup DVD to CD or 6 DVD to 1 DVD without (almost) loss of quaility
2. Ability after this to play this CD on usual home DVD player (not computer)
Both of these claims separately make sense and can be done by many ways. However how it might be possible to have it together?

Is it some trick, fraud or the real revolution?
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Old 1 May 2004, 01:50 AM   #2
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Check here first under "dvd players" to see what media your dvd player will play www.dvdrhelp.com . 6 dvds on one dvd seems pretty far stretched IMO unless it's lowering the 6 dvds to vcd quality. A dvd can be made on multiple cds. See if they offer a trial version to try before buying.
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My home dvd player is quite standard (VCD, SVCD,DVD,mp3)
This is why I cannot believe to what dvdsqueeze offers.
I can convert DVD to dvdx or similar on 1 CD, but then it will not be played by my home player - only by computer. They claim however that they somehow can do this, that it is quite hard to believe. They do not give a chance to try any trial version - just buy and use.
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