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DVD cloner 2 ver 2.32 problems

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by djmycool, Aug 18, 2004.

  1. djmycool

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    a friend of mine installed dvd cloner 2 on my computer and he had a serial crack for it version 2.32 and im using a sony DRU-700A burner w AMD xp 3200 ,so everything should be fine right? well when i go to burn a dvd from a movie what happens its says everything is working properly and when the disc is fully burned i go to play it and about 65% thru the movie it freezes and basically wont play anymore ive used different media discs and used different players and always the same problem,i decided to contact dvd cloner 2 support even though im using a cracked version and i got a response saying that i could be using a trial version and that why i only get a part converted movie,,any one have these problems with dvd cloner 2 and help would be great
     
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    I am having the same problem... I have a LG burner and if I play the final copy on ANY dvd player, I only get about 80% of the movie then it either freezes or it starts from the beginning... I got it from a friend who swears it works fine for him so I don't know where to go from here.

    out2late@hotmail.com
     
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    well i broke down and paid the $60 for the software since it has a money back gaurantee,and you what first time i tried it work perfect i think whats happening is the code can only be used once,its not a software problem but a cracked code problem
     
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    i am trying to find the old version of clone dvd b.cause i had the key to it and all does anyone know where i can find that or at least give me the code for this new version
     
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    i'm sorry all that did was take me back to the new version.does anyone know what i should do after i install the dvd shrink i don't understand it,nor do i understand the dvd43 can someone please help me with these 2
     
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    ok so how do i use the dvd shrink,right now i'm in the middle of it encoding so what do i do after that,am i suppose to use the nero burn or whatever it's called?
     
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    ok so after it finishes transcoding i just burn with nero,i have a dvd burner so where does the files go to after it finishes transcoding,forgive me if i keep asking u alot of ?'s but i'm new @ the dvd shrink
     
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    is there something other than nero i can burn with b/cause i just don't get nero like maybe anykind dvd
     
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    The files go where you told DVD Shrink to put them.
    Open DVD Shrink, open a dvd or file, click on "Backup!" and you will see where the files were saved last. ;)

    If you do not want to burn the "VIDEO_TS" and the empty "AUDIO_TS" folders with Nero, you can use any other burning software capable of burning a DVD-Video:
    CopyToDVD, RecordNow Max,...
     
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    where can i find copy2dvd
     
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    also are these free
     
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    None of them are free.
    However, the Nero 30-day trial version can be re-installed every month and will keep working.
    ftp://ftp2.us.nero.com/nero63120.exe

    A free option would be for you to download and install DVD Decrypter (free).
    http://www.dvddecrypter.com/index.php?act=download
    When making a backup with DVD Shrink, you would simply have to choose "ISO image and burn with DVD Decrypter" in the "Backup! >> Select backup target" selection box.
    DVD Shrink will then launch DVD Decrypter automatically to burn the backup. ;)
    _X_X_X_X_X_[small][​IMG]

    For DVD Shrink and related softwares guides and information, please visit http://www.dvdshrink.info[/small]
     
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    ok does that take a long time to do i just installed it and it was saying like 14hours to encode please help me
     
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    do u think the anydvd3521 will work with the dvdshrink
     
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    14 hours could be about right if you use a very slow processor, a very slow DVD-ROM, have almost no RAM, and if DVD Shrink has to apply a lot of compression.
    Using Deep Analysis, and the new Quality Options would also add to the processing time.

    What are your system specifications?

    AnyDVD will work with DVD Shrink, but is not needed.
    _X_X_X_X_X_[small][​IMG]

    For DVD Shrink and related softwares guides and information, please visit http://www.dvdshrink.info[/small]
     
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    ok i'm about to loose my mind right about now can u call me or can i call u if so my sell phone number is 864-356-2190 because right now i'm way pass confussed,with the clonedvd it was so much easier i had no problems i copied my movies in no time but everyone gives the dvdshrink A+++++ maybe it's me but could u please just talk me through this
     
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    msblack, I'm located in the UK, so calling you is out of the question.

    Also, I'd advise you to remove your phone number from your post.
    It's quite a personal piece of information to give on a public forum.

    I suggest you have a look at the guides available here and on other sites:
    - http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/
    - http://www.doom9.org/index.html?/guides.htm
    - http://www.dvd-guides.com/guides.php?category=dvdcopy&name=dvdshrink
    - http://www.dvdr-digest.com/articles/23_1.html
    - http://www.dvdshrink.info/guides.php

    I need to go offline now, but hopefully someone else will come to your help if you still need it.
     

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