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HookeyLukey69 [Avatar]
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Hi,

I was considering purchasing the latest version of Power2Go.

Does anyone know if it can perform like the old freeware program DVDShrink which was able to compresss feature-length footage onto a standard 4.7gb DVD with no loss of quality?

Or does anyone know of a Cyberlink product which can do this? Before anyone advises me to just use DVDShrink, support for it stopped some time ago and it doesn't seem to like my current Windows 7 64bit machine (worked okay with Win7 32bit previuosly).

Also, I really like Cyberlink products! They are easy to use yet powerful and work well together. I'd be over-the-moon if they have such a product or would develop one as it would help with my longer video projects!

Luke
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sumerJ [Avatar]
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Hi Luke,

As I know cyberlink "power dvd copy" can support the feature you want, however I also know cyberlink didn't update it for a long time so I'm sure "power dvd copy" can work on your bit win7 or not.
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Quote Hi,

I was considering purchasing the latest version of Power2Go.

Does anyone know if it can perform like the old freeware program DVDShrink which was able to compresss feature-length footage onto a standard 4.7gb DVD with no loss of quality?

Or does anyone know of a Cyberlink product which can do this? Before anyone advises me to just use DVDShrink, support for it stopped some time ago and it doesn't seem to like my current Windows 7 64bit machine (worked okay with Win7 32bit previuosly).

Also, I really like Cyberlink products! They are easy to use yet powerful and work well together. I'd be over-the-moon if they have such a product or would develop one as it would help with my longer video projects!

Luke


Power2Go does have a feature called SmartFit that will shrink video to fit on a DVD with the best possible quality. Just note though that the best quality a DVD can deliver is 480p, so if you are using HD footage, it will not be as good a quality on a DVD.

Maybe check out Power2Go 13 Essentials and see if it fits you needs. You can find it at the below link under the "Burn & Backup" heading:

https://www.cyberlink.com/downloads/trials/index_en_US.html


Dave
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HookeyLukey69 [Avatar]
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Thank you both for your answers. If the trial download has full features, I will download and give it a whirl before deciding whether to buy and maybe look for a copy of the old software online too!

THANKS again!
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Michael Stehly 1938 [Avatar]
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Quote Thank you both for your answers. If the trial download has full features, I will download and give it a whirl before deciding whether to buy and maybe look for a copy of the old software online too!

THANKS again!


Use the free program HandBrake to reduce the file size, If there is any quality loss it will not noticed by the viewers.
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