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Encoded Video Files by Neo Recode 2 deleted at closing

Postby TCAS on Thu Apr 01, 2004 12:14 am

When I try to make Video copy by Nero Recode2 after "Encoding the Video" in designated folder (e.g. C:|MovieFolder) and at the start of burning process if I close the program(Nero Recode2) accidently, I lose all the Encoded Files in the folder and for burning process I have to start all over again. In contrast with DVD Shrink the Encoded Files remain in the folder unless I manually go ahead and delete them.

Has any one had the same exerience with Nero Recode2 or this is another buggy disfunction in part of Nero?.
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Postby tazdevl on Thu Apr 01, 2004 3:28 pm

Click the don't delete files checkbox, or even better, minimize or leave the window open and don't close it.
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Postby CCampbell on Thu Apr 01, 2004 6:47 pm

Also, DVDShrink assumes it's working with an Advanced user.

Nero Recode assumes the user may not know a great deal about computers, and would not know that the dramatic loss of Hard Drive space was due to the fact that when they improperly closed the Recode program the files they were working on were not removed for them.


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Postby TCAS on Fri Apr 02, 2004 12:00 am

Thanks Craig for your response, but although Shrink keep the the "Ecoded Files" intact, it also warns you during the next session of encoding and burning another DVD that the DVD folder is full do you want to delete those files?. This function it is very useful when you make a copy of Video DVD and then when you play it in your stand alone DVD player is not working, you can go back and burn the encoded file again without going through delema of encoding again. I believe Nero Recode is lacking this useful function.

Also thanks to you tazdvel
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