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Copying DVD's to Hard Drives

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by danwebb, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. danwebb

    danwebb Member

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    I was just wondering how you would go about copying DVD films to the hard drive? Could I do this with Nero? I use DVD 43 to bypass the copy protection.
     
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    Just rip it to the hard drive with DVD Decrypter..
     
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    I just copied Flight of the Phoenix today using Shrink. I burned it with Nero ROM. Tried doing it last night with Decrypter and found out I had my head where the sun don't shine! Learning more each day.
     
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    I've now decrypted it using DVD Decrypter. Is there no way of condensing it all in to one file? I've got about 60 files for one film!? Sorry if i seem a bit naive but I'm new to all this.
     
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    danwebb,

    Is your main objective just to get the movie on your hard drive with no intensions of burning it to a blank DVD?

    If so you can just rip it to your hard drive using Decrypter and select >Mode >ISO >Read R this will put the movie on your hard drive as an ISO (one file). Then you could use something like Nero image drive to view the movie.
     

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