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Old 4 Mar 2009, 07:45 PM   #1
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Default DVD2One v2.3.1

For those that are interested there's a new version of DVD2One available.

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Old 7 Mar 2009, 08:49 AM   #2
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Hi Wombler,

Is this DVD2One really much better than the other Transcoder that most people use!?!? NeroRecode and the favorite one ...

What I mean by "better" is the output VIDEO really that much Cleaner and Truer Color ... and so forth.

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It's a heck of a lot faster. Quality is very good. Try it and see.

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Quality is a very subjective thing.

In my opinion it's very good but ultimately I think you'd be better giving the trial a go and seeing what you think yourself.

As Blutach says it's very fast and in fact it's actually the fastest trancoder available.

It also has some very well implemented features such as it's titleset joining capabilities which are extremely simple and effective.

Check it out though and see.


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Hi Wombler,

Thanks for the feedback ... yes you guys are right I ought to try it for a week or so and compare output clips.

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Great program, I really like, its so small but does so much, thanks M8s.
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I'm always glad to recommend this program as I personally think it's exceptionally good at what it does.

The real credit goes to evdberg though for writing such an effective program.


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I'm always glad to recommend this program as I personally think it's exceptionally good at what it does.

The real credit goes to evdberg though for writing such an effective program.


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I am wondering if this program will work on a 64bit platform, I know it works great on 32bit but I am thinking about 64bit now.
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I am wondering if this program will work on a 64bit platform, I know it works great on 32bit but I am thinking about 64bit now.
That depends on what 64 bit platform you're referring to.

I know from others that it works fine in Vista 64 bit but that's not necessarily what you're asking.


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That depends on what 64 bit platform you're referring to.

I know from others that it works fine in Vista 64 bit but that's not necessarily what you're asking.


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Thanks Wombler, that was what I was refering to, Vista 64bit Ultimate, nice to hear it will work in the X86 folder. Just an amazing piece of software. Cheers to evdberg and his amazing piece of coding.
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