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DVD DECRYPTER BAD PERFORMANCE

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by flanker27, Apr 15, 2004.

  1. flanker27

    flanker27 Member

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    Hello friends of the hobbie!
    I'm using shrink 3.1 to rip ISO files to my hard disk.
    Then I use DVD DECRYPTER to burn those ISO files to DVD-R media.The problem is that for some movies DVD DECRYPTER sends a message of error saying that some time has expired or I/O error and I end up messing up one more disc! I wonder if DVD DECRYPTER doing what it is suppose to do???
    Why I can bur ISO files of some movies that are already small enough to fit 1 dvd-r disc????
    I NEED YOUR EXPERTISE ON THIS!!!

    Thanks a million!!!!

    Al
     
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    Hi,

    The method I use to back up DVD's is to Decrypt them first onto the hard drive, then use Shrink to "shrink" the DVD to fit onto the disc,then burn

    Use Decypter first make sure you select all the files to be decrypted then go to Shrink.This works fine for me.

    So..

    DVD Decryter---->Shrink---->Burn

    Good Luck

    Ex.
     
  3. flanker27

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    By using DVD DECRYPTER first yuo create a ISO file or
    VTS files?

    Can you provide me with the steps you use?

    thanks!

    Al
     
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