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backing up dvd's

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by bang2112, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. bang2112

    bang2112 Member

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    i have used my trial of dvdfab platinum to remove css protection and i need some software to do the same thing any help? or any way to get dvdfab again?
     
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    thanks so much!! i had success
     
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    Good to hear that! Don't use low quality discs! Don't burn too fast!
     
  5. bigwill68

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    true about that brother Hope he gets the best nothing like a taiyo yuden..best to burn with..i say then verbatims come nexts what ever he doe's hope he don't get none of those windata's..lol they trying to code them out as mcc004's now..
     
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    yeah i order all my media online so i can make sure its Taiyo Yuden
     
  8. bigwill68

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    I know only way to get Taiyo yuden here in the states is online..i usally get mine at meritline.com or where ever they have the best deals at..
     
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    How about "Royal Falcon", "Sony", and "Maxwell" DVD discs? Ar ethey OK? How important is the name of the company making the discs? I thought the technology for making the DVDs is roughly the same, so it wouldn't matter which brand the DVD is.
     
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    well you're 100% wrong with that statement. It does matter who makes the blank DVD. never heard of Royal Falcon so we can assume there junk , Sony media is pretty good stuff and Maxell can be hit and miss.Taiyo Yuden is the best blank media in the world hands down Verbatim follows a close second but there has been problems as of late with some Verbatim. download DVD Identifier to see what your blank media codes out as

    http://dvd.identifier.cdfreaks.com/

    cmc mag is to be completely avoided !!
     
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    I tried using DVD Identifier but it wouldn't even identify my CD/DVD drive. It just sat there with everything greyed. When does it work? How does one get this program to recognize existing drives?

     
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    Place a blank disk into your burner drive and dvd identifier will start. You will see the info specs of your media.
     
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    Does DVDIdentifier work with already-burnt DVDs?
     
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    The MID code that is used to identify the disc is part of the field codes molded into a disc's plastic base along with the laser guide groove. This section of the disc can only be read by DVD recorders; DVD players never access this section because they don't need that kind of information. Recordings on a disc only take place in the grooved area; so the MID and field codes are unaffected by any recording, and the DVDIdentifier software can access the information from a DVD recorder--but not a DVD reader/player.
     

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