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    Smile Dvd burning takes ages

    Tried to burn dvd's and time it take has now gone from 30 minutes to 3 hours i think my disc speed has changed,if anyone has any ideas would be nice to hear back thanxs from IMP.

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    Les thanxs for the hint have done that but no affect it seems my encoding speed on dvd shrink has slowed, like from encoding in comp was 30-45 min now is 2-3 hours think some how i have accidently slow down my drive or burning speed? can u help thanxs les from Ian
    P.S cause this is giving me a kids want dvd's copied and carnt

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    A highly compressed DVD, with deep analysis and AEC on can take a while, but not 3 hours.

    To quicken up the process, make compression a minimum (by unticking the languages you don't want and re-authoring just the movie instead of full disk backup), and uncheck deep analysis and AEC.

    See how that goes.

    Note: Unchecking DA & AEC will reduce quality.

    EDIT: You can also look ion task manager to see if something else is hogging your CPU. This would increase encoding time considerably. Also check for viruses and spyware. Did this start after you installed a new program?

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    Here is one that took over 4 hours by Mig$y

    What was the compression shown for the movie? Mig$y's was about 60%.

    As blutach pointed out removing the unneeded languages and subs among other thinks will bring the compression % up closer to 100%. There are also other things to use such as MenuShrink to name one if you don't want to do just the a reauthor of the main movie.

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    thanxs guys have fixed problem but now have encounted another one when i go to open disc it say's dvd navigation is wrong can u please explain this ????? the fix was defrag then system restore,but now this lol. thanxs Ian

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    thanxs guy's more so bluetach have another question avi how do i turn into mpg or can burn using nero if not something else thanxs IMP.
    ps have avi folders as in movies and want to put onto disc thanxs again

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    I've had the slow decoding problem which has always been fixed by restarting the computer.

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    @spawndude - A little program call MaxMem by AnalogX can do that for you with out restarting, it can free up memory and resources.

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