Discussion in 'DVDR' started by brockb, Dec 18, 2004.
anybody know about these?
dvd shrink & dvd decrypter they can be download in the software section.
hi I have dvd x copy xpress 3.0.1 and iam trying to copy some movies like blue collar comedy tour 2 and resident evil 2 but i get an error occured reading sectors and then a unable to read disc message so what do i do please help me.
dvd x copy is junk. use dvd decrypter and dvd shrink
rabb, go to the DVD Shrink forum. There's a whole bunch of discussions about RE 2 and a few other DVDs with a strange protection scheme.
If you want to continue to use XCopy, you'll need to get AnyDVD to break all the encryptions.
Also read: http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/99636
I' am currently using AnyDVD and Clonedvd (the latest version) and I can't backup any of the Lord of the Ring movies. Does anybody have any solutions or fixes?
Have you tried other software? Because I didn't have any problems with any of them.
Yeah, Flip I have tried everything from Sony, Verbatim, TDK, Memorex. Honestly, i have never had any problems with any media (burning or playback. I have backed up every other movie using AnyDvD, and CloneDvD. I don't know what it is with these 3 movies. Actually, once it did backup LOR:Fellowhip, but the second DVD (I used 2-DVD-5's)came out horribly. I checked on my harddrive because I stored it as DvD files, and the second file on my harddrive was real jumpy, and skipped. The first half was excellent, but the second no. So I wouldn't assume that it is my media. It reads up to about 48% on LOR:Return and then it comes up with that VOB message. These copies are a little beat up, but I cleaned them and watched them back in my standalone and they came out good. I' am just alittle confused on this one. I guess I could try new copies and see. Thanks for your advice.
I just wanted to know if the free trial of any dvd will copy a whole dvd or will it just copy half of it. and is any dvd worth the money
Ya need to do some more reading on AnyDVD. But yes it's worth it.
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