Well Titanic I just did for the wife and then Passion of the Christ was around the same.
The compression is really good and I can not really tell the difference on these DVD’s that are round the 50% area. I work at a company that uses Broadcast Video Servers with our software product (Pinnacle, Leitch, SeaChange, Omneon to name a few in my lab). So, when I go to higher compression settings I can see it but I also can see it in my scopes a lot better. One of these days I am going to take Titanic and take a look at it in a proper scope.
Any case, what I want to be able to do is get more DVD extra’s, extra endings, cut-outs, laugh tracks, etc and the movie I really care about on one DVD [without a lot of compression]. Most DVD’s I’ll just want to just take the movie and give it to the kids so I do not have to worry about the real one getting messed up.
Thanks for the information and I look forward to a newer version of ConeDVD!
Are you really the “Original author of CloneCD and CloneDVD Author”? If so I have been using ConeCD for so long I do not recall when I first brought it. As a matter of fact I had to update it not long ago to get the newest version. I also brought CloneDVD because I have had a lot of great luck with ConeCD. Perhaps you have nothing to do with the product now but you did at some point. Great Work, my hat is off to you.