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can't backup insanity dvds by beachbody

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#1
has anyone had any success trying to backup their insanity dvds by beachbody? i have tried numerous software,like anydvd, dvd fab,shrink,dvd decrypter,and dvd43 they keep freezing after like 2%, or they say it will take like 5 hours when usually it takes less than 30 min.and when i did let the 5 hours run the chapters skip around.any ideas?
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#2
moved to correct forum as not a feedback & suggestions issue.
#3
Never heard of these movies... See if this helps:

http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/260734
#4
7thsinger Suspended due non-functional email address
Also not familiar with these movies. Have you checked the disc to verify that they are clean and scratch free?


#5
hello
I have the same problem with these Insanity workout DVD's. I was able to back them up using Xilisoft DVD Copy but the results are extremely large. Some will fit on a Dual layer disc but some are nearly 20 GB's once ripped. The original DVD's are on a standard DVD and only 2-4 GB's. It seems like the files are duplicated several times. I have tried to reauthor a disc but the workouts are scrambled...starting half way through the workout and ending at the beginning. Has anyone had any luck with these or maybe can shed some light into how I should procede? Thank you.
#6
You can try uploading the IFO files. I am not sure what causes this type of issue. Maybe there is some corruption on the discs and when you reauthor, the corruption stays on the disc, except it is played rather than skipped...
#7
I purchased the insanity workout and I was having the same problems as all of you I finally figured out what you need to do to back up the dvd's you need anydvd version 6.5.7.4 or higher and dvd decrypter 3.5.4.0, anydvd make take a while to remove the encryption but it works once its finished open up dvd decrypter select mode go to ISO and select read it will copy and exact image of the disc burn with PowerIso 4.3 or higher
#8
These discs have a totally new encryption that's why they are harder to backup. I had no problems backing up Power90, and P90X with DVD Shrink but that was years ago.

I'm thinking about getting Insanity as well. I need something new and more intense after doing P90X for almost two years.


#9
thundersp Suspended due non-functional email address
"I purchased the insanity workout and I was having the same problems as all of you I finally figured out what you need to do to back up the dvd's you need anydvd version 6.5.7.4 or higher and dvd decrypter 3.5.4.0, anydvd make take a while to remove the encryption but it works once its finished open up dvd decrypter select mode go to ISO and select read it will copy and exact image of the disc burn with PowerIso 4.3 or higher "

Ive tried this with the anydvd 6.5.8.2 and dvd decrypter 3.5.4.0. It took a awhile, read the DVD and was still finding errors. I just tried to bypass the errors and save it to the HDD. But the files play back with green boxes and cant see the video properly. Also each 1GB VOB files gets errors and makes the DVD drive read the disc at 1x speed.
#10
@thundersp when anydvd through scanning the disc the dvd should start to play, that is when you open up dvd decrypter and go to mode--iso--read and it should save the image to your hard drive I backed up all ten of my disc with no problems and they play fine
#11
thundersp Suspended due non-functional email address
@rage523 Thanks Rage. I was able to only backup the first DVD. All the others anydvd with dvddecryptor cant backup. DVDdecryptor tires to reads it but when creating the ISO speed slows down and retires 20 time and errors.I/O Error!

Device: [2:0:0] MATSHITA UJDA775 DVD/CDRW 1.00 (D:) (ATA)

ScsiStatus: 0x02
Interpretation: Check Condition

Sense Area: 70 00 03 00 00 00 00 0A 00 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 0 00
Interpretation: No Seek Complete

Fyi: it a brand new disc, no scratches or smudges at all.
#12
staceyann Suspended due non-functional email address
Wondering if anyhow has had any success with any program so for?? really anxious to find out so I too can back it up!

#13
@staceyann if you follow the instructions on my first post you shouldnt have any problems backing up your dvds I backed mines up and have them saved on my hd
#14
staceyann Suspended due non-functional email address
Even on a Mac? someone told me Handbreak or Mac the Ripper

#15
Not sure for a Mac I was using vista.
#16
maceira Suspended due non-functional email address
Hi im new to this page and suscribed just because im having this same problem i tried using the trial for anydvd and dvd decrypter but no good maybe im doing something wrong pleeeease help before my trial for anydvd expires
#17
Originally posted by maceira:
Hi im new to this page and suscribed just because im having this same problem i tried using the trial for anydvd and dvd decrypter but no good maybe im doing something wrong pleeeease help before my trial for anydvd expires


Try this


1) initialize latest anydvd, select devices and set all to slow and quiet

2) on task bar (lower right) right click the fox

3) select rip to HDD (need to select or creat destination folder)


this should work




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#18
maceira Suspended due non-functional email address
Originally posted by iluvendo:
Originally posted by maceira:
Hi im new to this page and suscribed just because im having this same problem i tried using the trial for anydvd and dvd decrypter but no good maybe im doing something wrong pleeeease help before my trial for anydvd expires


Try this


1) initialize latest anydvd, select devices and set all to slow and quiet

2) on task bar (lower right) right click the fox

3) select rip to HDD (need to select or creat destination folder)


this should work

Thanks im trying it that way ill let u know as soon as i finish i really hope it does work
#19
maceira Suspended due non-functional email address
iluvendo i just tried as u said and it stopped at 2 % :(
#20
maceira Suspended due non-functional email address
het people ive got the solution download the program dvdfab its the easiest way i promise i trieds all other ways and no good and this in a couple of minutes its ready pm for any questions
#21
The solution from rage523 seems to work.

1) run anydvd version 6.5.7.4 or higher (will remove encryption)
2) use dvd decrypter 3.5.4.0, mode: ISO, read (extracts ISO)
3) burn ISO to disc using PowerIso 4.3 or higher
one note, set DVD decrypter to run slow and quiet.

BUT, here is the issue that I'm having...
I ripped all the ISOs and burned them. They ALL have the same behavior is a DVD player:
- The PLAY screen comes up (hit Play)
- Then the Audio question comes up (hit Play)
- Then the first chapter appears: it's black and does not play
- The first half of the disc (many chapters) do this, but if I skip ahead to about the middle of the disc, the remaining chapters play fine. They all do this. So I basically have the last half of each disc.
- I tried a different burning software ActiveISO with the same results. That suggests that it's not the burning software.

Any ideas??
#22
maceira Suspended due non-functional email address
yes kevin the only program u need is dvdfabtrust me download it
#23
maceira - thanks for the tip

I downloaded the latest version of DVDFab (6.2.0.5). At this point, all versions of DVDFab are non-CSS. So they cannot open ANY DVD that includes CSS protection.

I did some research and found a "hack" - basically a .dll file that you place in the DVDFab directory. I was able to find the DVDFabEIO.dll and place it correctly - but the program still displayed the error: "The disc contains CSS protection. This version of DVDFab cannot copy it"

I also found a very old version of the program, circa 2003 - version 0.17.0. This program errored out (and shut down) when starting to read the disc.

So - do you happen to have a version of DVDFab that can read CSS discs? Thanks - sorry for the trouble.
#24
SUCCESS!

Here is the solution - thanks to maceira and rage523 for their insight. This is a specific solution for making a backup DVD of just the "main movie". You'll have to experiment if you want the menus, titles, etc... I'm running WinXP.


1) install and run anydvd version 6.5.7.4 or higher (will remove encryption)
2) install and run DVDFab (latest version)
2a) find and place the DVDfabEIO.dll file into the DVDFab directory (this step may not be needed, not sure)
2b) ignore the warning telling you to disable AnyDVD
3) In DVDFab, do the following:
- insert DVD
- anyDVD will do it's thing automatically
- DVDFab will then recognize the disc
- select "Main Movie"
- SOURCE: find the source VIDEO_TS folder on the DVD disc
- TARGET: specify the target directory for your video files
- TAKE THE DEFAULTS, click NEXT, NEXT

That's it. Then use the DVD burning software of your choice. I used GearPro. At this point, it's just like making a DVD disc from a VIDEO_TS folder.
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 17 Dec 2009 @ 14:17
#25
maceira Suspended due non-functional email address
well i dont know cause i did it as easy as eating a piece of candy lol but well if it didnt work for u im sorry
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