Originally posted by marlowe
Yes,including ripping and burning
I tried to make the smae in another PC
Using Pioneer A07,That`s 8X DVD-R
Total tme is 30M 18s
This PC is:
MB: ASUS P4T-E
CPU: Pentium 4 2.6GHz FSB400
RAM: Samsung RDRAM 256MB*4
Thanks for the confirmation. My machine is similar to yours, but 2.66 Ghz (non-HT), FSB533, 768MB 333MHz DDRAM.
I'm stumped where the analysis mode that was in 126.96.36.199 went. It took me approximately 25 minutes to analyze a DVD, and then 25 minutes to write it to hard disc, and then another 15 minutes to burn it at 4X. Now the total time to "analyze" and write to hard disc is only 21 minutes (for a 7500MB DVD)!
I cannot believe CloneDVD is doing a proper job of analyzing the DVD since it seems to be doing it "on the fly." If it's not analyzed FULLY before transcoding, then how can it choose the best compression for each frame while trying to fit it to 4.37GB DVD? I had my doubts when Olli claimed that the new version would be much better quality (inferred better than DVDShrink also), with no increase in transcoding time. I was relieved when I saw that 188.8.131.52 did indeed analyze the whole DVD first and take a similar time as DVDShrink, but that seems to be missing from the release version of CloneDVD2...