Quote: Originally Posted by Pusspa
I also use DVDshrink on Windows 7 x64 and have experienced no issues at all. I didnt need to use any compatibility mode during installation or when i run the program.
+1. Using it on Windows 7 32 bit.
A DVD9 to DVD5 shrinker with better quality is DVD Rebuilder. There's a free and a Pro version. The Pro version allows you to run a copy of the video encoder per core. For example HC Encoder. Another nice feature is .avs conversion of letterbox 4:3 dvd to 16x9. I've started using it to convert a lot of dvds I bought in the 90s before 16x9 anamorphic was the norm(many Hong Kong films were letterboxed.) Using HC "normal" profile on my quad I can process a 90 minute movie in about 35 minutes. If you use HC "best" profile figure on doubling the time for a bit better quality.