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Old 20 Nov 2016, 10:44 AM   #1
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Default DVD Shrink takes hours to encode.

My analyzing/encoding sessions used to take an average of 45 min-one hour. I downloaded free Isobuster but found it wasn't what I expected. Now my encoding sessions take about 8 hours to encode a disc. I uninstalled Isobuster and deleted it from my standalone computer (not hooked to wifi or internet). What causes the slow encoding process?
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