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also, just let me know what VOB stands for and what file type you use, IFO, ISO?
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ok, well could someone explain how to put the movie on autogk for compacting and burning?
http://www.doom9.org/autogk.htm

im tellin you READ these guides- thats the easiest way to convey the needed info to you.
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I tried reading it but I dont understand it. all im asking is which one I should use, IFO or ISO? Just wanting to save movies to my harddrive or burn to a cd.....
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I tried reading it but I dont understand it. all im asking is which one I should use, IFO or ISO? Just wanting to save movies to my harddrive or burn to a cd.....
click on the link 2 posts above this one and as you are slowly reading it open the programs and follow along.
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Ok, Ive somewhat got an idea.
Now, I dont have a dvd burner yet, but on autogk, under the predefined size. It says 2gb max for dvdr's. On my computer it said that the movie took up like 7 gigs. How does this sizeing options ordeal work? If I want an enitre movie on one dvd disk, what do I click or type in the custom size if needed?
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Ok, Ive somewhat got an idea.
Now, I dont have a dvd burner yet, but on autogk, under the predefined size. It says 2gb max for dvdr's. On my computer it said that the movie took up like 7 gigs. How does this sizeing options ordeal work? If I want an enitre movie on one dvd disk, what do I click or type in the custom size if needed?
well, the whole point of gordianKnot is to reencode a movie and compress it down to a predefined size -- with the more compression = lesser quality/bitrate of course- so depending on if you have single-layer or dual-layer blank DVD discs it will be 4.5GB or 9GB. but its also possible to reencode a DVD to a single CD (700MB) with very decent quality
-so basically, to sum up, pick a size for your output file and that will vary your quality accordingly.
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post #27 of 29
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what about dvd's? I have a few blank ones that say it holds 4.7gb/2hrs.
Some of my movies are more then 2 hours.
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There is another program, it's pay, but it's probably the single greatest DVD ripping software I've ever worked with. It will literally rip an entire DVD in minutes to any video format you can think of including mov and ogm.

Aimersoft DVD Ripper. I think it's like $29.95 now. I use it for converting all my DVD's down to my Zune. It has excellent options on it but sadly it will only convert from DVD - > file format and not convert one format to another
AMAZING!!!! I got mine free off of the totally legit site giveawayoftheday.com

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