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Backing up Copy Protected DVDs

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by kanuck400, Sep 25, 2004.

  1. kanuck400

    kanuck400 Member

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    Hello everyone, as you can tell i'm new to these forums and I am also new to burning DVDs. I recently bought an LG double layer 12x dvd burner and some blank DVD +Rs.

    One of the things I had hoped to do was backup some of my dvds such as lord of the rings, etc. Anyways, I noticed that the burner came with nero express, but when I tried to copy a dvd, it said it was copyprotected. I did a search for programs that could actually do this and I found 1click dvd copy, and it said in order to do this I would have to download a program called DVD43 Free which let 1click dvd copy burn copyprotected dvds. I did so and the combination of these programs burned a few dvd's perfectly fine. Anyways, the problem is that 1click dvd copy was a trial version (3 copies and it expires).

    I was wondering if there are any decrypting programs similar to DVD43 Free for Nero (to let it burn copy protected DVDs).

    I want to make actual disc copies of my dvds, not just put them on my hardrive. I also want to copy DIRECTLY FROM BURNER TO BURNER, not save them to my hardrive and burn them again.

    Thanks everyone,

    Aaron
     
  2. Jeanc1

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    If you go to this URL:-

    http://www.dvd43.com/

    You will get the DVD43 1.43 the FREE version.


    Pay attention to their warning -- that says :-

    ""BEWARE: There is another version of DVD43 in circulation (ver 2) that is NOT FREE and expires after 30 days - it stops working and points you to a website to buy a third party product. If you have Version 2, you can uninstall it using your Windows Control Panel. Select "Add or Remove Programs". [bold]Finally, remove all instances of DVD43 in your registry by searching for DVD43.[/bold]""

    Good Luck in your burning !
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  3. Nephilim

    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Let's try to post in the correct forum next time shall we? Thread moved.


    If there's any sort of compression to be done it's not possible.
     
  4. zippyd

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    You could try usind DVD Shrink instead of 1clickcopydvd. Shrink will crack the copy protection and compress the movie to fit onto a single layer blank DVDR. After that you can burn with nero.
    As Nephilim said, unless your blanks are dual layer ($10 each last time I heard)) then you'll need to have a folder on your HD for shrink to work in. It's really not that big of a hassle. Just empty it out each time.
    You can find the software here(it's free)
    http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/dvd_rippers/dvd_shrink.cfm
    You'll find a guide for using it here if you choose to use it.
    http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/dvd9_to_dvdr_with_dvd_shrink.cfm
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