DVD Rebuilder (CCE One-Click converter)

Yes, its finally been done, a One-Click solution to convert your dual layer DVD’s to a DVDR that uses Cinema Craft Encoder (CCE) to do the encoding. :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:

Its still beta and under heavy development, but it worked on the 3 dvd’s I’ve tested it on so far.

Read more about it at http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=72691 and download the latest from http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=73051

A simple tutorial by huesage on what to install to get it going and to use it is at http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=72691&perpage=20&pagenumber=9

Has anyone tried this yet ? I’m interested in any comments about it as its working 100% for me. I’m using CCE 2.50 with it.

If anyone is interested in a Tutorial for it, let me know and I can post one on how to install, set it up and run it.

I’d like to see a comparison between DVD Rebuild and DVD Shrink.

I use shrink all the time now, mainly becasue the “analysis” is like a 2-pass option.

ReBuilder uses CCE for its encoding, leave ALL transcoders standing still. We are talking picture quality here. While Shrink is so darn easy to use and you can rip this out and that out or movie only, what ever you do the picture is still Transcoded. With Rebuilder, the only thing you can rip out is audio tracks (you need to run DVD Stripper first if you want more out) but it Encodes the Movie & Extras etc.

If a movie needs 90% compression to fit to a DVD, then there will a small difference, but with a 50% compression (typical with TV series DVD’s) then results are heavily weighted to a CCE encode.