Nuther question about recode: analyze dvd5 to dvd5? why?

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#1

Hi all,

When copying a dvd in recode that requires no compression because it’s small enough, recode still allows me the option of advanced analysis. why?


#2

Yeah I just came here to post the same question… when it’s 100% why does it do a Deep Analysis? Surely it doesn’t recode so it doesn’t need to?

Fairy


#3

Anyone know the answer? Do we loose any video quality if we don’t enable the Analysis feature on video at 100% or is it just a waste of time?


#4

And I also came in to ask the same question!


#5

The analysis only has to be done if the DVD is greater than 4.7 Gb.

Must be a programming error if it allows you to do a analysis if it doesn’t have to be done. It’s only a waste of time if you do one.

The analysis of DVDs thats need compression is done to do a more exect compression on each frame and to make a better estimazion of the output so it’s not going to exceed the 4.7 Gb limit.


#6

Why bother using recode for a DVD5? The FREE program DVD Decrypter will copy and burn DVD’s one-to-one. Protected too. Use ISO read and write modes. And donate if you like it!


#7

I agree it’s kinda goofy to have the option to Advance Analyze when the movie is less than 5gb.
With that being said, here’s what I do for DVD5 disks, for all those who already own Nero and want to get their money’s worth. (rather than using Decrypter, no offense, I just like to use the products I paid so much for to the fullest extent.)

When I pop in a DVD I right click on it in My Computer and check the Properites. If it’s less than 4.7gb then I right click, Explore and copy the folders within the DVD to a new folder on my HD. (Usually a Video_TS and Audio_TS). This takes about 5-15 min. Then open burning ROM, select New DVD-Video Compilation. Drag over your Video_TS files and burn. Done.

Hope somebody can get some use out of it.