What program can i use to compress ripped dvd files?

I used dvd shrink to rip off the dvd files so i can convert them, but they take up too much space so how do i compress them so that it takes up less space? What program can i use to do that for free?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    try magic dvd ripper, it will convert dvd to mpeg or mpg or avi saving space, but not free unless you can download it with the password crack (try using limewire or morpheus for it)

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  • 1 decade ago

    If you used DVD shrink to rip the files you can also use it to compress them. On the right side of the window, there is a tab called compression settings. Select the whole disc on the left menu. Change the drop down box to Custom Ratio and slide the slider all the way to the left. This will significantly reduce the size of your final files. Also on the bottom of the right tab there are selections for different languages. If you see one there you don't need, you can uncheck the check box next to it. This will also take several hundred megabytes off your movie.

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  • 1 decade ago

    You cannot compress any sort of audio or video fill to more then 5 % in zip or rar format, however if you can re-render the video files...then you can change the format of the files and store them in small disk space...there are various softwares to do it.

    But the professional softwares are Vegos 6.0 Professional....download the software from http://www.sonymediasoftware.com and then download its crack from http://www.keygen.us once you've install the software, all you need to do is drag the video file from the dvd and select render from the File menu...this software is used for video editting...so you can have further use of it..

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  • 1 decade ago

    You might want to try WinRAR or WinZip. WinRAR is free to download, just look around.

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