If quality doesn't matter then why not crush into 56k streaming real video? Or just remember the movie and act it out as sock puppets?
DVD Shrink could produce good results if the compression percentage is not too large.
After all, I watch TV everyday although the quality is not good.
I use (and have only used) DVD Shrink and imo the end result ain't too shabby. I only keep the movie though, so in that sence I guess I have more to play with, leaving me with a lower drop in quality.
Am I the only one to prefer quality to speed?
I'm on Linux and have never used any of these programs.
But I voted for quality conservation nonetheless.
(If I were doing a shrink, I would use a Perl script that calls transcode.
But I just got a dual layer burner so I never need sacrifice any quality again, until Blu-Ray and HD-DVD and the like.)
Sock puppets all the way!
Quality, quality... I didn't use any of them, but I just hate when it's not perfect video:x
quality all the way ofcourse...
just have to have some $$ to acquire CCE ...