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DVD Decryptor Guide

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by troyk9, May 12, 2004.

  1. troyk9

    troyk9 Member

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    Normally I use Decryptor->DVD2AVI->Tmpgenc->NTI and success follows
    Now that I have an HP DVD+R/RW I want to try the Decryptor->ISO->burn
    The guide states that a file xxxxx.dvd will be written after decrypting. What I actually find is xxx.iso file that is iconned via winrar. When I open the archive I find numerous vobs etc., but no xxx.dvd file to burn. The guide does not mention any specific settings for the drecyptor. Is anybody familiar with the settings?
     
  2. daba

    daba Guest

    Hi Troyk9,

    The ISO file [bold]is[/bold] the file you have to burn (if it's not larger than 4.37 GB).

    Daba
     
  3. troyk9

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    Thanks. - I burned it and it plays great on my standalone ;)
     
  4. Giermo

    Giermo Guest

    Does the movie start up roght away mine doesnt i have to click menu can you help.

    Thanks
     
  5. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    If you are doing a MPEG4-type cd then there shouldnt be a menu, if you are dealing with (S)VCDs there may be menus (im not entirely sure what ur asking)
     
  6. Giermo

    Giermo Guest

    Ok I backed up my DVDs to the computer. Then used nero to recode them on a DVD. I play them with my x box. Nothing comees up but when i press menu the movie starts. Can i create a start up button.

    Thanks.

    Also how do you get rid of the DVD back up copy when using DVD X Copy Platinum

    Thanks
     
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    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    With a clean simple proggie called DVDLab you add menus and all sorts of funky stuff

    Not entirely sure what you mean.
     

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