DVD Shrink Becoming soooo slooooow

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by James D, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. James D

    James D Guest

    I just tried DVD Shrink for my first dvd backup. I was quite pleased at it's
    performance. Now when I tried the second disc, that's a different story. The
    first time it took around 45 minutes for the analysis/encode process. now it
    is taking a whopping ONE AND A HALF HOURS at least (not counting the burn
    time)!

    Are there any temp files that build up to slow down the performance. I say
    this because I noticed that when I first "open" a disk, the program goes
    through a quick 1-2 minute analysis. I closed and rebooted and went back
    into DVD Shrink and it still had the info there (i.e. did not do the quickie
    analysis)

    Also, I backed up the same dvd twice. The first time it took around 45
    minutes for the whole deep analysis/encode process. The second time I backed
    up the same disc, it took around ONE AND A HALF HOURS. Can anyone explain
    this to me? Thanks.
     
    James D, Dec 5, 2003
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  2. James D

    Pug Fugley Guest

    Sounds like you've got computer problems..either hard drive or DVD drive
    related.


    "James D" <> wrote in message
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    > I just tried DVD Shrink for my first dvd backup. I was quite pleased at

    it's
    > performance. Now when I tried the second disc, that's a different story.

    The
    > first time it took around 45 minutes for the analysis/encode process. now

    it
    > is taking a whopping ONE AND A HALF HOURS at least (not counting the burn
    > time)!
    >
    > Are there any temp files that build up to slow down the performance. I say
    > this because I noticed that when I first "open" a disk, the program goes
    > through a quick 1-2 minute analysis. I closed and rebooted and went back
    > into DVD Shrink and it still had the info there (i.e. did not do the

    quickie
    > analysis)
    >
    > Also, I backed up the same dvd twice. The first time it took around 45
    > minutes for the whole deep analysis/encode process. The second time I

    backed
    > up the same disc, it took around ONE AND A HALF HOURS. Can anyone explain
    > this to me? Thanks.
    >
    >
     
    Pug Fugley, Dec 6, 2003
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  3. James D

    Will Guest

    "James D" <> wrote in message
    news:uwWzb.9075$...
    | I just tried DVD Shrink for my first dvd backup. I was quite pleased
    at it's
    | performance. Now when I tried the second disc, that's a different
    story. The
    | first time it took around 45 minutes for the analysis/encode process.
    now it
    | is taking a whopping ONE AND A HALF HOURS at least (not counting the
    burn
    | time)!
    |
    | Are there any temp files that build up to slow down the performance.
    I say
    | this because I noticed that when I first "open" a disk, the program
    goes
    | through a quick 1-2 minute analysis. I closed and rebooted and went
    back
    | into DVD Shrink and it still had the info there (i.e. did not do the
    quickie
    | analysis)
    |
    | Also, I backed up the same dvd twice. The first time it took around
    45
    | minutes for the whole deep analysis/encode process. The second time I
    backed
    | up the same disc, it took around ONE AND A HALF HOURS. Can anyone
    explain
    | this to me? Thanks.



    Defragged your hard drive lately?
     
    Will, Dec 6, 2003
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