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Burning Ray

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  1. house8

    house8 Member

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    Hi, I'm having problem burning Ray, DVD Shrink keeps giving an error, "error copyright protected". I tried DVD Decrypter, but DVD SHRINK does not reconize the Video-ts file. All my problem started since I removed DVD Idle from my computer.Please Help Thanks
     
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    Method 1. Recommended.
    Rip with DVD Decrypter in File Mode.
    DVD Decrypter > Mode > File F
    Then.
    DVD Shrink > Open Files

    Method 2. Not recommended.
    Rip with DVD Decrypter in ISO Mode.
    DVD Decrypter > Mode > ISO > Read R
    Then.
    DVD Shrink > File > Open Disc Image

    Method 2 is more likely to cause out of memory errors and other errors because of movies that have multiple angles or both wide and full screen versions.

    If you have already ripped a DVD in ISO mode with DVD Decrypter using method 2, continue with that method unless you get an error.
     
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    i used dvd shrink version 3.1.7.6 to burn ray the new version of dvd shrink gave me a error message
     
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    i used dvd shrink version 3.1.7.6 to burn ray the new version of dvd shrink gave me a error message
     
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    I used dvd shrink version 3.1.7.6 to burn Ray,the new version of dvd shrink gave me a error message. I also had the new version of anydvd running in the background.
     
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    Thanks a lot the old version of DVD Shrink worked great.
     
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    Where can I get the older version of DVD Shrink 3.1.7.6 to burn ray to burn Ray. Seems I go to the download page and the new version is only there.
    Thanks
     
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    older version of dvd shrink:http://www.dvdshrink.org/where.html
     
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    Veblin,

    Interesting theory about the "memory error" problem. I'm from the "ISO" school rather than the "File" approach. All those strange sounding files in a folder always seemed needlessly complicated to my simplistic mind, unless you're doing some serious editing.

    I'll try your suggested approach on the next problem disk I try to back up.

    I contend the "memory error" is really a Shrink/Nero Recode2 program buffer problem where the programs, for whatever reason, can't handle encoding two titlesets that share VOBs. And this problem seems selective depending on something else in the DVD authoring architecture I haven't identified.
     
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    Thanks Dandy. Appreciate the help.
     
  12. gjohung

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    Backed up Ray with DVD Decryptor. All went normal.
     

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