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bimmel_id
24th February 2003, 16:23
Hi there,
i habe a question about InstantCopy 7.0! Ist there any possibility to turn off the Video Preview, while InstantCopy is encoding the DVD???
I think there could be some gain in overall time the program needs for the complete copy if we turn this off!

If there is any (reg)trick, please let me know.

BR,

Bimmel

mrbass
24th February 2003, 16:58
please read forum rule #9 don't use !!!

I don't believe there is a way. Hopefully they'll offer that option in a future update.

bimmel_id
24th February 2003, 17:48
hopefully the will do so...

Thanks

Antonio S.
24th February 2003, 18:30
No, there is no way...

Antonio S.

free2go
24th February 2003, 19:12
I've IC 7.0 (full 7.0.0.91) running on Win2K. The Video preview
mode is always off. I was trying to figure it out howto enable it.

Same version IC 7.0.0.91 running on WinXP pro, the preview mode
is always on.

The difference on installation between Win2k and XP are:
On win2k: install Demo 1st and uninstall Demo, install full
On XP: never install Demo, install Full version directly.

Uninstall Demo does not remove registry entries.
I tried DVDMagic reg hack on Demo. When install
full version, it is still there.
It is probably demo did turn preview mode off.

HeeD
24th February 2003, 19:46
Yes there may be a way...


Read this thread for full instructions how to de-register the vobmpg2.ax

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=46056


karjarella said:

I have times various tested...
And one needs to (de)register only the vobmpg2.ax. If one always de-registers the vobmpg2.ax, the preview does not function. But everything else.

I do not need the preview.

EjectButton
24th February 2003, 22:13
if there is a way to disable preview it could be useful for other reasons as well (I get a crash sometimes if I move IC to another monitor when it's previewing)
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=46809

bimmel_id
25th February 2003, 00:47
like Deed said:

look in the thread he posted, make a batch file for your instantcopy.exe like this one here:

@echo off
@echo Register Filter (vobmpg2.ax)
%WINDIR%\system32\regsvr32.exe /S vobmpg2.ax
@echo .
@echo starting InstantCopy
@echo Please WAIT !!!!!!!!!!!!
start /LOW /B /WAIT ../InstantCopy/MultiCopy.exe
@echo .
@echo De-Register Filter (vobmpg2.ax)
%WINDIR%\system32\regsvr32.exe /S /U vobmpg2.ax
exit

After that preview is disabled...

TonyDaTigger
2nd March 2003, 19:34
Does this make any permenant changes into your registry?
Is it the case where if you want 'preview' you run the normal executable and when you want the 'preview' disabled you run the batch file?

Also, anyone that has done this - do you experience any speed gains?
Thanks


Originally posted by bimmel_id
like Deed said:

look in the thread he posted, make a batch file for your instantcopy.exe like this one here:

@echo off
@echo Register Filter (vobmpg2.ax)
%WINDIR%\system32\regsvr32.exe /S vobmpg2.ax
@echo .
@echo starting InstantCopy
@echo Please WAIT !!!!!!!!!!!!
start /LOW /B /WAIT ../InstantCopy/MultiCopy.exe
@echo .
@echo De-Register Filter (vobmpg2.ax)
%WINDIR%\system32\regsvr32.exe /S /U vobmpg2.ax
exit

After that preview is disabled...

bimmel_id
2nd March 2003, 19:59
Did not recognize any gain in speed of proccessing a DVD.
I think maybe it gives you 1 Minute for 60 Minues of Videolength...
Anyone else compared the gain it gives???
BR,
Bimmel

Richk50
3rd March 2003, 20:15
I gained 17 seconds on 40 minute video. Not worth doing. I'm not going to bother doing it again.