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  Rating DVD Shrink and DVD Decryptr 
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King Gregory Jan 30, 2005, 01:19am EST Report Abuse
I've been using both for over a year now and am still blown away by the quality of both of these. DVD shrink is my mainstay because it's an all in one decrypter, editor and shrinker. However, there are the occasional discs that have an encryption it can't handle, so I use use DVD Decrypter for that purpose and shrink the decrypted films with DVD Shrink. Both of these come out with frequently updated versions for the latest encryption trends such as (eh hem Terminator 2) interActual's DVD's and support for new formats like dual layer and the latest write speeds. For the most part, unless you have a 60in. LCD (like my newly found best buddy) or nice plasma you can't really tell the difference in image quality. Anyway, my reviews on a scale of one to ten are as follows:

Performance and convenience of use
DVD Shrink 9.8 / 10

DVD Decrypter 9.2 / 10

DVD Shrink (FREE) 10/10

DVD Decrypter (FREE) 10/10

P.S. I do strongly recommend giving a small donation to the good people that make these products for us

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