how to remove 5.1 from an DVD9 and make it DVD5?

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  1. test84
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    Hi,
    I have theses DVD9's which have sounding of 5.1, How can I remove that section from the dvd so I can burn them on DVD5?

    thnx.
     
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    DVDShrink is your best friend [​IMG]

    Remember that if the DVD is recent (last year or so) it might have new protections in it that aren't supported by DVDShrink. To bypass them, also install AnyDVD [​IMG]
     
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    its a copy already but in two DVD5's and I want to make one dvd5 out of them.

    thnx man.
     
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    Hum, you need to re-author the entire DVD. Still try DVDShrink, but in Authoring mode.

    If that doesn't work, you need to make it again a DVD9 (an iso should be good enough) and then shrink that iso with DVDShrink in a DVD5 [​IMG]
     
  5. FAST6191

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    If they have 2ch audio as well (be careful as some of the time the 2ch stuff is another language or directors commentary) DVDShrink will happily drop it as raulpica says.
    You might also be interested in vobblanker, rejig, ifoedit, DVDrebuilder/DVD-RB and pcgedit.
    It is rather out of date but http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=84887 is nice guide to starting to redo audio to lower channels without going to extremes.

    Also ripit4me (it got taken out but it is still fairly widely available) should still work for most structure based protection and DVD Fab (simple version is freeware) should work for the slightly newer ones that ripit4me struggles with: http://www.free-codecs.com/download/DVDFab_Decrypter.htm
     

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