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Wednesday, March 03, 2004
DVD Shrink simple guide

3. Open existing files from Hard Disk

DVD Shrink Guide - Page 3

Open files from Hard Disk

Another common way of importing video files, is this from our Hard Disk. It is very simple. We just press the "Open Files" icon.

As soon as we do this, the following window will appear.

Now the only thing we have to do, is to define the folder that contains the video files we want to process. Then we press OK. Bellow is presented the window that we will see:

Once again we can enable the video preview.

After DVD Shrink analyses our files, the process stops. The next screenshot is what we will see:

As you can see is the same one with this in the previous page. If you want to backup the movie, untouched, skip the next page and go straight to Backup page.




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