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Hey guys,

About 2 years ago I got robbed, and lost around a grand in movies. I ADORE movies. I would honestly rather have my computer stolen than loose all my movies again.

Now im a backup nazi. I back all my movies up religiously.

Since this does take some time, I was wondering if a quad core takes advantage of any of the programs that I use.

DVD shrink, Clone DVD, Alcohol120

Just wondering really

Thanks again......

Eric
    
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i haven't seen any difference in times myself. i seriously dont think burning or ripping programs utilize multiple cores.
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If they only take 2 cores each (which I'm not sure of, just suggesting) then get a second Optical drive, and rip 2 DVDs at once. Well, that's what I would do, anyway. Ahh, now that I can read, I see you only have a dual core. Well, I can't help you there, then. Unless you want to buy a quad core and a second DVD drive, then you can rip 2.
    
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The speed is held back by how fast the DVD drive could spin the disc.
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the limiting factor will be the dvd drive itseld. no matter how many cores you have the dvd player can only go so fast
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DVD Shrink 3.2.0.15

DVD Shrink is a versatile freeware tool for fitting a large DVD video disc on a single layer DVD recordable disc. DVD Shrink is capable of both re-authoring and re-encoding the movie. It features an intuitive user interface which makes it easy to choose what to keep, and what to lose. It is a powerful, easy-to-use DVD transcoder. The interface allows the user to choose specifically which DVD elements to retain on the shrunken DVD. As re-encoding of DVD's is quite an intensive tasks, there is a real advantage in having more cores to process the media sources.

DVD Shrink Results - Intel - 2GB RAM - Multi Core
Core 2 Duo E6300DS Score
Re-Encoding2.66GHz (380x7)

428
Core 2 Extreme QX6700DS Score
Re-Encoding2.66GHz (266x10)

327
Results Interpretation: Lower index values are better.

With DVD Shrink we re-encoded a dual layer DVD so that it would match the available storage of a single layer DVD recordable. Doing so both Intel processors did use all their available cores to get the job done, and by doing so the difference could be measured between the dual and quad core processor.
Well, there is no surprise on this one; the Core 2 Extreme QX6700 just does it faster. Since DVD Shrink is well optimized for using all available cores, it shows that for re-mastering and re-encoding a video/audio stream you can best rely on as many cores you can get.
And currently that would be the quad core technology from Intel.


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DVD Shrink 3.2.0.15

DVD Shrink is a versatile freeware tool for fitting a large DVD video disc on a single layer DVD recordable disc. DVD Shrink is capable of both re-authoring and re-encoding the movie. It features an intuitive user interface which makes it easy to choose what to keep, and what to lose. It is a powerful, easy-to-use DVD transcoder. The interface allows the user to choose specifically which DVD elements to retain on the shrunken DVD. As re-encoding of DVD's is quite an intensive tasks, there is a real advantage in having more cores to process the media sources.

DVD Shrink Results - Intel - 2GB RAM - Multi Core
Core 2 Duo E6300DS Score
Re-Encoding2.66GHz (380x7)

428
Core 2 Extreme QX6700DS Score
Re-Encoding2.66GHz (266x10)

327
Results Interpretation: Lower index values are better.

With DVD Shrink we re-encoded a dual layer DVD so that it would match the available storage of a single layer DVD recordable. Doing so both Intel processors did use all their available cores to get the job done, and by doing so the difference could be measured between the dual and quad core processor.
Well, there is no surprise on this one; the Core 2 Extreme QX6700 just does it faster. Since DVD Shrink is well optimized for using all available cores, it shows that for re-mastering and re-encoding a video/audio stream you can best rely on as many cores you can get. And currently that would be the quad core technology from Intel.
Thanks Rep +

I have 2 optical drives in this system, and often rip/encode multiple movies at once, so I think i'll take the quad plunge here soon.
    
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I use DVDFab Platinum and Easy DVD Rip Pro, both of which take advantage of all 4 cores. I do believe you will be hindered by the speed of your drive, but as you are pulling the info off the drive you are also re-encoding to whatever media type you specify.
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You will benefit with a quad if you have two burners and can use two programs at the same time. With two burners I can run Nero twice and can burn two disks at the same time
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I use DVDFab Platinum and Easy DVD Rip Pro, both of which take advantage of all 4 cores. I do believe you will be hindered by the speed of your drive, but as you are pulling the info off the drive you are also re-encoding to whatever media type you specify.
how long does it take you to make a back up dvd-5. since my q6600 at stock speeds was taking 30mins to complete, then when i overclocked my cpu to 3ghz its taking longer... would anyone now why?
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