Updated: 24 Jan 2006

MenuShrink lets you to compress DVD motion menus by converting them into still menus, with or without audio.
Their size is cut down 60 to 95%, which helps you save hundreds of megabytes.

Motion menus are animated menus whose buttons appear in front of a segment of video that loops.

MenuShrink transforms motion menus into still menus (buttons appear over a still image), which saves a lot of space, even if you choose to preserve the audio.

MenuShrink is easy to work with and you can add a movie to its interface using the drag and drop method.

It goes very well with the DVD Shrink program and allows you to save disc space in ways you wouldn’t have considered before.

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