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Copying DVDs

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Leli, Jul 28, 2003.

  1. Leli

    Leli Member

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    I'm totally new to this thing. I need to know if a pre recorded DVD is able to be copied on a blank DVD disc. I read that the program DVDxcopy is a good program. Though I need the step by step process of copying a disc. Thanks, MC
     
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    Click the link right above your message, it says:

    Advertisement - Read AfterDawn.com's guides and learn how to copy DVDs to VCD, SVCD, DivX, XviD or DVD-R - Advertisement

    This section will link you through to guides on the easiest and most common processes. Ah, what the hell, here is a direct link to a guide for a freeware solution that will do everything you need:
    http://www.afterdawn.com/articles/archive/dvd9_to_dvdr_with_dvd_shrink.cfm
     
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  3. rudinator

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    Hi,I wanna make a back up movie. I already Ripped the DVD using DVD Decrypter, it was successful.My next step was Encoding the movie with DVD2One and It didn't work after I selected AC3 6ch, AC3 2ch,etc. The error was encrypted data detected. DVD2one can't decrypt protected data. Why? I thought I can burn all of DVD movies by using DVD2one. Please help. Is there any other way?
     
  4. sly_61019

    sly_61019 Senior member

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    Yes, use Yuriv's advice and use DVDShrink. It rips and compresses the movie for you. Then just burn the movie with whatever program you wan.
     
  5. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    Thanks for the reply. I"ll try it right now.
     
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  7. rudinator

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    hi oriphus,
    I did use the DVD Shrink and I had no problem with it. I saved it under C:download. Do I need to save it under F drive? When I tried to burn it with RecordNowMax, I clicked on add files/folder, I couldn't find Video_TS folder. I found download folder which contains Video_TS.bup(6kb), Video_TS.ifo(6kb), VTS_01.BUP(68KB), VTS_01.ifo(68KB),VTS_01_1(1gb),VTS_01_2(1gb)....,VTS_01_5(1gb). I dunno which one. Should I record the download folder?
     
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    never mind. I figured it out. I had to rename my folder to VIDEO_TS.
     
  9. Oriphus

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    Yeah, it needs to be in all capitols. The drive letter really depends on your drives own letter, mine just happened to be F
     

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