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Decrypter- Ripped & burnt OK. But got Coaster...

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by justborn, Jan 7, 2004.

  1. justborn

    justborn Member

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    I used DVD Decrypter to first rip a movie. That created a .ISO and a .MDS file. I then used Decrypter to burn the .ISO file. Both the ripping and burning process went off successfully (atleast got success messages). But the DVD doesn't play on my computer or my DVD player. The DVD player says "No Disc". The player on the computer does nothing. Even windows explorer doesn't recognize the disc. I tried to copy the just copied disc again using Decrypter. It seems to say that the disc is empty. I am not sure how that can be true. I used -
    Decrypter, DVD-R (KHypermedia), Lite-On 411 (burnt at 2X). My DVD player is supposed to play DVD-R media(No way to verify this).

    Any ideas/suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    RWG Regular member

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    Switch to File Mode in Decrypter, select Movie only and extract to HD. See if you get IFO, BUP and VOB files. If the results are too large for a 4.7G disc use DVD Shrink to compress it. (4.400 is a good size to burn) Use Nero 6 or RecordNowMax to burn. Try with a piece of -RW media if you have it.

    Or...just use DVD Shrink to encode and rip and Nero 6 to burn and skip the Decrypter part.

    RWG
     
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    I too tried that and it worked. Thanks.
     
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    be careful with your media(khypermedia). It has a history of having a high coaster index.
     

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