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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by BrokenZ, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. BrokenZ

    BrokenZ Guest

    I recently rented all three Lone Wolf and Cub movies on dvd....I went to burn them with DVD Shrink(My dvd burning device is a labtop Matshita UJ-810), but I got a copyright error, CSS protected message.....I then heard to install and try DVD Region + CSS free. I did, that made DVD Shrink able to anlysis the dvd but when analysising it didn't show a preview of what was being analysised like it usually does....instead it was just a blank screen? Is there a way to fix that? Is there any other programs I can try to get rid of the CSS protection? Thanx in advance to anyone who helps!!!! Without DVD Region + CSS free....Decrypter wouldn't even read it either.......

    I just tried to regularly play the dvd on my computer and it doesn't play....it stays blank.....I checked if it was the disk so I put it in my 2 regular dvd player (a panasonic and a PS2) and it works fine....Do you know how I can fix that? But the weird thing is I tried another dvd and it plays perfectly on my labtop computer!!!!
     
  2. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    It could be the disc is dirty or could be a bad disc from the factory. Have you tried cleaning the source? Also have you tried ripping with Decrypter w/ ignore errors?
     
  3. BrokenZ

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    anthentication failed is what I get with the ignored errors setting....Also I cleaned it and all three dvds don't work still...it's weird...They still work on a regular dvd player not my laptop's dvd player!!!
     
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    Most likely bad factory disc.
     
  5. BrokenZ

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    Is there a good CSS decrypter out there that works very good?
     
  6. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    My personal favorites are DVD Decrypter or AnyDVD
     
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    *scratches his head* is it now ok to copy rented dvd's, flipster?
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    you should never take life too seriously....you'll never get out alive!!
    procrastinate now...dont put it off till tomorrow
    if you can read this..you dont need glasses.[/small]
     
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    Jim,

    For me NO :) since I live in the U.S. But I do believe in some countries you are able to rent and copy dvd's.

    So until (s)he states they are in the U.S. or another country (that I know of) where it's illegal, I'll offer simple solutions. Or until I find out it's illegal in all countries :)
     
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    hey flip
    im in the u.s. too..its nice to know that i dont have to refuse to help,just because they say they are burning rented discs...ty for for clearing that up flip.
    good luck BrokenZ and welcome to the forum.

    flip, congrats on the promotion to mod

    blaze on clubbers
    jim

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    procrastinate now...dont put it off till tomorrow
    if you can read this..you dont need glasses.[/small]
     
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    Jim,

    I'm trying to get confirmation on this issue from other MOD's. With the new rules, it's kind of in the gray.
     
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    ok flip let me know k?...is there a link to the new rules?
    _X_X_X_X_X_[small][​IMG]

    you should never take life too seriously....you'll never get out alive!!
    procrastinate now...dont put it off till tomorrow
    if you can read this..you dont need glasses.[/small]
     
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