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    Default How to make highly compressed archives?

    It next,skullptura r rip gulo te highly compressed archive dekha jay.how to compress file/games like this?

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    It next cannot do highly compressed archives. They only use freearc to compress. I am suggesting u some softwares by which u can compress like Bbox.

    1.For preprocessing files use Precomp(But u won't need to use it much).
    2.For more preprocessing use Srep. The latest one is 3.0
    3.For compression use Freearc or Nanozip. Freearc is a lot faster than Nanozip but Nanozip can compress files better (I use freearc)

    And if you need help P.M me

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    Thanks for the respons but what's preprocessing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    Thanks for the respons but what's preprocessing?
    Use KGB archiver. You'll like it im damn sure

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    Which one can provide best compression ratio?ekjay gay dekhsilam winxp 64bit matro 9mb te compressed and jokhon download kore xtract korsi half complete hoar por dekhi eita about 2.5gb hoise!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    Which one can provide best compression ratio?ekjay gay dekhsilam winxp 64bit matro 9mb te compressed and jokhon download kore xtract korsi half complete hoar por dekhi eita about 2.5gb hoise!!!
    Were you under the influence of drugs while you were typing, please re check what you said and provide links if its true.

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    @Vanguard agree with u...
    i compressed one file with kgb archiver, 7zip, free arc, uharc...kgb archiver compresses it higher than any other compressor...
    kgb archiver has higher compression rate and its easy to use...it can compress highly than any other compression tools if u maximize the compression level...
    here is the download link...just download and give it a try
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/Compres...Archiver.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    Which one can provide best compression ratio?ekjay gay dekhsilam winxp 64bit matro 9mb te compressed and jokhon download kore xtract korsi half complete hoar por dekhi eita about 2.5gb hoise!!!
    that is blank data....

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    Use inception...

    Giddy can be traced back to the same Germanic root *gud– that has given us the word God

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon Datta View Post
    that is blank data....
    maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    Thanks for the respons but what's preprocessing?
    Precomps preprocessing is it tries to decompress streams in files so you can compress those streams using a good compression method.And Srep is a LZ77 preprocessor that processes files to increase compression ratio.

    KGB is good it uses PAQ 6 and 7 method. But if you are only eager to see how much compression u can get use PAQ 8 or WinRK these are the highest compressors available. And if you are trying to learn to make full rips freearc has no alternative as it has a good balance between speed and compression ratio.

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    how much time and computer power does this compressions need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNutKicker View Post
    Were you under the influence of drugs while you were typing, please re check what you said and provide links if its true.
    KGB can do this, the downside is that the 9MB takes almost a day to decompress.

    Read: Not worth it.

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    How much time it'll take to compress a file of 4gb?and what'll the size of output file?

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    A day+, a few megabytes, a few days to decompress.

    Your call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    A day+, a few megabytes, a few days to decompress.

    Your call.
    Yeah i thought so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    How much time it'll take to compress a file of 4gb?and what'll the size of output file?
    time and size depends on the file type u r compressing, compression level u r using and ur system...if u r comressing a file or a game which has high textures it won't compress at high ratio...on the other hand when u r compressing a game which has lower textures it will compress a lot...also note that file has more texts/words can be compressed a lot...use kgb archiver...u will lov it
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