Save Space and Money by Copying DVDs to 4.7 GB with dvdshrink32setup.exe
How to Copy a DVD to a 4.7 GB Disc with dvdshrink32setup.exe
If you have a collection of DVDs that you want to backup or watch on your computer, you might be wondering how to copy them to a 4.7 GB disc, which is the standard size of a blank DVD. One way to do this is to use a free software called dvdshrink32setup.exe, which can compress and copy your DVDs to a smaller size without losing much quality.
In this article, we will show you how to download and use dvdshrink32setup.exe to copy a DVD to a 4.7 GB disc in a few simple steps.
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Step 1: Download and install dvdshrink32setup.exe
dvdshrink32setup.exe is a freeware that can rip and shrink DVDs to fit on a 4.7 GB disc. You can download it from this link or search for it online. After downloading the file, double-click on it and follow the instructions to install it on your computer.
Step 2: Insert the DVD you want to copy and launch dvdshrink32setup.exe
After installing dvdshrink32setup.exe, insert the DVD you want to copy into your DVD drive and launch the program. You will see a window like this:
Click on the "Open Disc" button and select the DVD drive that contains your DVD. The program will scan the DVD and show you its contents.
Step 3: Choose the output size and compression settings
On the right side of the window, you will see the output size and compression settings. The output size is the size of the disc you want to copy your DVD to. In this case, we want to copy it to a 4.7 GB disc, so we choose "DVD-5 (4.7 GB)" from the drop-down menu.
The compression settings are the options that determine how much the program will shrink your DVD to fit on the output size. You can adjust them manually by clicking on each item and changing the values, or you can let the program do it automatically by clicking on the "Backup!" button.
Step 4: Choose the output destination and start copying
After choosing the output size and compression settings, click on the "Backup!" button at the top of the window. You will see a window like this:
Here you can choose where you want to save your copied DVD. You can save it as an ISO image file, which is a single file that contains all the data of your DVD, or as a VIDEO_TS folder, which is a folder that contains multiple files that make up your DVD.
If you want to burn your copied DVD directly to a blank disc, you can choose "Burn with Nero" if you have Nero installed on your computer, or "Burn with CopyToDVD" if you have CopyToDVD installed on your computer. These are third-party programs that can burn DVDs from ISO image files or VIDEO_TS folders.
After choosing your output destination, click on "OK" and wait for the program to copy your DVD. Depending on the size and quality of your DVD, this may take some time.
Step 5: Enjoy your copied DVD
Once the program finishes copying your DVD, you can eject your original DVD and insert your blank disc. If you chose to burn your copied DVD directly ad790ac5ba