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Dvd Decrypter and shrink

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Makasa, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. Makasa

    Makasa Member

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    When I use dvd decrypter to read the iso file and attempt to burn it after using shrink it tells me i don't have enough memory. What does this mean?
     
  2. bbmayo

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    Ya lost me?

    Your burning with Shrink? I don't believe so unless you got some new version no one else does?

    You have ripped the movie in ISO mode to your Hard Drive using Decrypter? and now your trying to open it up in Shrink to re-author it? Is that correct?

    Exactly how much Memory do you have (in your computer) :)
     
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    DVD Shrink will sometimes get that error when trying to work with a ripped ISO file. It mostly happens when the ISO contains both wide and full screen versions or contains multiple angles.

    Try ripping instead in File mode.
    DVD Decrypter > Mode > File F
    And opening the DVD-Video Files in DVD Shrink.
    DVD Shrink > Open Files.
     

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