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DVD Shrink v3.1.3 released

Written by Jari Ketola @ 18 Jan 2004 13:13

Another update to DVD Shrink has been released. In addition to several bug fixes, the new version adds, for instance, some Nero burn options.
Here's the full list of changes:

·Added support for RGB 16-bit and 24-bit video preview (for really old video cards).
·Fixed possible crash during video preview initialization.
·Added preference options for overlapped I/O and read block size, this may increase ripping performance on some systems.
·Changes to Nero initialization parameters which caused excessively slow read speeds on some configurations.
·Added Nero burn options: write speed, book type and DVD+R/RW high compatibility mode switch.
·Fixed "no default audio" and "no default subpicture" options in re-author mode. These are the default selection. In this case the DVD player determines which streams to play.
·Fixed bug where deep analysis could still be forced on.
·Increased maximum compression to same level as 3.0b5.
·Fixed bug which prevented opening of individual IFO files (can do this by dropping IFO file into DVD Shrink main window, use with caution because unless you open a VIDEO_TS.IFO file the output will not be a complete DVD).

You can download the updated version from our software archive.

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