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Program to Shrink DVDs


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hey are there any programs like "shrink dvd" for PC's that can do the same for Mac OS X? I need something that can shrink a dvd to fit onto a DVD-R
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DVD2ONEX is the only one that I know of that's stand-alone.

Roxio's Popcorn does it too though.

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popcorn allows you to just burn the main movie, without all the extras or DVD-ROM content etc, in most cases I have been able to get the whole movie on to one 4.7 GB disc without any compression required - so no drop in quality.
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popcorn allows you to just burn the main movie, without all the extras or DVD-ROM content etc, in most cases I have been able to get the whole movie on to one 4.7 GB disc without any compression required - so no drop in quality.
popcorn can compress an entire movie as well....

the best combo of burning apps IMHO is MacTheRipper and toast 7
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mtr>dvd2onex>toast 7

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Like Coach Z I now just bypass the DVD2ONEx step and let Toast 7 do it. One less step to have to do when I am busy and don't want to tend my computer.
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