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DVD2oneX change output folder?


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Is there a way to change the output (destination) folder in this program? It defaulted to my home pc computer which is linked to my laptop and says it takes over 2 hours to encode so I want to change the folder so it places it on my laptop directly. Thanks!
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Don't have that software, but that should be an option within it's Preference settings.

However, changing the location it outputs the file will more than likely 'not' change the time of the encode by more than a few seconds. The encoding takes much longer than the transfer rate across the network.

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I finally found it! I am new to mac and did not realize that all the settings for the program you have open are up at the top of the screen in mac. Thanks!
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