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WinZip needed for my DVD cover art I keep getting which version if any?

Discussion in 'Computers' started by JonSpice, Feb 9, 2004.

  1. JonSpice

    JonSpice Stunt Coordinator

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    I have Paint Shop Pro 8.0 I have been told I need to zip it up to send or up load it. Any thing I should know about WinZip or what version would help. I went through A-Z UK site and found some Region 1 full coverart Front-Back-Spine. I ran every letter til 3 AM got lots of R1 like "Sum of All Fears" plus some nifty Concerts held in R1 & R2. I had to open 2 new files since I filled them with such clear 2.3 to 5.6 MB cover files, the kind you buy off of Matt D. Now I can buy a used DVD from a reseller that doesn't have the cover art and a much lower price. I have all regions capability so R2 and R4 is welcome. George Harrisons "Concert For Bangladesh", U2, YES, Supertramp, Styx, "Magical Mystery Tour" and 4 column insert. Pink Floyd's Sid Barret, Guns N' Roses, Electric Prunes. Like I said I ran all the letters from A to Z till 3 AM.


    I need what editon of WinZip to file these on a CD-R, since I am keeping them I won't use a CD-RW. I can still run the letters this evening and find some more Region 1 high rez full cover art? TIA [​IMG]
     
  2. Rob Gillespie

    Rob Gillespie Producer

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    Jon, I got utterly lost in that post, but if you want WinZip just go to www.winzip.com and get the latest version.
     
  3. Will_B

    Will_B Producer

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    Smoking crack while posting is not advised.
     
  4. Kyle McKnight

    Kyle McKnight Cinematographer

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    Ya, go to winzip.com and to archive...

     
  5. Mike Fassler

    Mike Fassler Supporting Actor

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    get the latest version, it will support all previous versions, or you can get WinRAr which will handle many more archive types.
     
  6. Jeff Jacobson

    Jeff Jacobson Cinematographer

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    I recommend 7-zip (though I'm unsure exactly what you need it for).

    7-Zip is free. Also, according to the official site "7-Zip compresses to zip format 2-10% better than other zip compatible programs."
     
  7. Jon_Are

    Jon_Are Cinematographer

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    Chief: "Did you get all that, Max?"
    Max: "Most of it, Chief."
    Chief: "What part didn't you get?"
    Max: "The part after, 'I have Paint Shop Pro...'"


    Jon
     
  8. Kimmo Jaskari

    Kimmo Jaskari Screenwriter

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    http://www.powerarchiver.com

    Handles a slew of formats, looks very pretty and is easy to use. No need to fiddle about with Winzip, Winrar, Winace, Win-whatever...
     
  9. DaveF

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    Why are you using a zip program to compress images instead of using a compressed image format?
     

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