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    Chewy brought up a great point of not burning to the edge of a disk. I was wondering what you feel is a good end to burn to, lately I have been shrinking them to 4.3 to 4.4 gig and seem to be getting good results. Here's your chance to give an opinion.
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    I burn to 4360mb. Started with Sony D11 and over the last 2 months TY02. I've been burning for a while with no porblems.
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    4350mb for me. I use verbatims 8Xs dvd+r

    This should almost be part of the GROBs!

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    i saw that advice too late,i already burned a lot of my movies as default set in shrink,now i shrink to 4380

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    I've done 4470 many times,,,BUT,,,,,,,thats with TY media burned at
    4x....never a play back issue in my stand alone......
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    that wasnt a case with me,i used ritekgo5's - another proof this forum roooolez!!!

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    The reason I started this thread is because I notice alot of discs at the end have problems, wether it be cheap or quality media. Quality always does better however
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    Dvd Shrink / custom 4364 MB.


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    I follow with soup, the default 4464 MB in Shrink, with quality media. Even with not so great quality media most of my problems arise at the beginning or middle of the DVD. But I have seen several scans of others with problems at the end. This just has never been the case with me, so I continue to live on the edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soup
    Dvd Shrink / custom 4364 MB.
    I'm sure if I really dug, I would find this, is there a way to set dvd shrink to a custom setting such as that as a default?
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    Open Shrink > Lt. click on Edit > Lt. click Preferences > Preference tab has custom window and MB setting > click OK
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmanshead
    I'm sure if I really dug, I would find this, is there a way to set dvd shrink to a custom setting such as that as a default?
    She's going down to the devil, down down to 90 degrees.

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    4200MB with quality media. i believe fingerprints, and regular handling in and out of cases and trays damages the outer edge eventually.
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    thanks daman
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    Quote Originally Posted by copyless
    I follow with soup, the default 4464 MB in Shrink, with quality media. Even with not so great quality media most of my problems arise at the beginning or middle of the DVD. But I have seen several scans of others with problems at the end. This just has never been the case with me, so I continue to live on the edge.

    I have been using that setting for a while now even tried 4468 too and never had a problem with a burn I use TY, Verbatim and even some Princco's all 3 with no problems burning to the edge.



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