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Dual Layer DVD Ripping Question

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by javisan, May 21, 2007.

  1. javisan

    javisan Member

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    Hi, I've been ripping my movies as ISO images using DVD Decrypter and then burning them straight to Verbatim Dual Layer DVD+R (also using decrypter).

    I wanted to know if these copies I am making are 100% the same image quality (exact copies; absolutly no degradation due to the ripping process) as the originals that are being backed up.

    Thanks.
     
  2. dialysis1

    dialysis1 Regular member

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    The only degrading you may encounter would be from a bad burner or poor media.
     
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    scorpNZ Active member

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    Can't say for DVD Decrypt but if shrink is anything to go by it should be fine,then again what does it matter if they are backups of the original
     
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    @javisan

    If you are using anyDVD to get by DRMs and have it set to remove warnings and start the movie on insertion, then yes it's not 100%. But it may be a better disc. Certainly the picture quality hasn't changed unless there is a problem as dialysis 1 suggests.

    You may also want to switch to ImgBurn for the DL back ups. But if you are not having problems then that's a hard sell.
     
  5. javisan

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    Thank you for all your comments.

    I'll keep on using DVD Decrypter since it is working fine (+ no burner and media problems). I just wanted to make sure I didn't loose any image quality because of the method/software I used.

    thanks again.
     

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