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General (solved) DVD catalyst... help

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  1. odock

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    I use DVD catalyst to rip my dvds and other such files... there doesnt seem to be a setting specifically for the rezound like there was for all my previous phones (og droid, incredible, DX, bionic and nexus). Anybody that uses that program have any suggestions of was settings to use?
     

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    nevermind!!! just updated it again and it has it now!
     
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    Which resolution are you using? I ripped some sftuff (the two Stargate SG1 movies) at the highest level and they look really good.. Except, the dark sceens are very dark.

    I don't know that stepping down will save that much or make much of a difference.

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    i went ahead and went to this link here;

    Device Profiles Explained (Standard,Fast,HQ,HQXT)

    I went with the hqxt cause the way I understood the post was it is the best for overall quality and file size and all that BS. Ill play around with the different formats and report back though.
     
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    it worked with a Mac too. Glad I have an inexpensive Windows 7 machine I use for AnyDVD and other programs like the one you mentioned- with its Rezound pre-sets.

    I haven't found a decent Mac program yet that doesn't stumble with various movies.

    Thanks again for the information-
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