Who invented DVD Shrink?

Answer DVD Shrink is a technology that copies or shrinks original DVDs so they fit into a much smaller disc. A main feature of DVD shrink is that it can reproduce a number of DVDs from the original (often... Read More »

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How Shrink DVDs Using DVD Shrink 2.3?

Some DVDs are dual-layer discs containing 8.5 GB of data. Single-layer DVDs (the typical blank DVD media) only hold 4.7 GB. DVD Shrink helps re-encode a DVD movie so it fits a single-layer blank DV... Read More »

How to Use DVD Shrink on a Mac?

DVD Shrink for Mac (also known as Mac DVD Ripper) allows users to copy DVD discs to several different formats--including AVI, MP4, WMV, DivX, and other MPEG file types--to play back on their comput... Read More »

How do I use DVD Shrink 3.2?

Copying DVDsDouble click on the DVD Shrink icon to launch it. Click the "Open Disc" button located on the top horizontal menu, and then select the drive that contains the disc you wish to copy. The... Read More »

Is there something better than dvd shrink?

On One Hand: Better DVD Backup SolutionsThe newest version of DVDShrink was released in 2004. Since that time, great software such as DVDFab and Handbrake have been released. These newer DVD backup... Read More »