Shrink DVD images in Linux

By | July 2, 2009

Let’s say you have an 8GB DVD ISO file and you want to shrink it to a more acceptable 4GB ISO file. You can use K9Copy‘s Shrink Factor feature. Just extract the DVD files into a separate folder, load that folder in K9Copy (by using the Input Device‘s Open button), select ISO image as the Output Device. Now select a Titleset from below these two fields, and check the Change Factor checkbox. Now resize the file as you wish and press Copy from the button bar.

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