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DVD shrink error while backing up "Invisible"

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by rogues22, Nov 22, 2007.

  1. rogues22

    rogues22 Member

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    I get half way through the movie and get an error message.

    DVD Shrink has encountered an error and cannot continue

    out of memory

    Not enough storage to process this command

    I used DVDFab 4.0.0.8 (movie only) then DVDShrink

    the movie is Invisible

    Getting frustrated. Also tried DVD Decryptor and it didn't work either. aarrrgggg!

    A little help please? Anyone?
     
  2. johnl123

    johnl123 Regular member

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    I tried DVDfab HD Decrypter, then ran FixVTS on this movie. When I tried to run Shrink, it gave the "out of memory" message again and basically locked up my 'puter. I did this on my laptop and the same thing happened, lockup.
    Got the trial versions of AnyDVD and DVDClone and ripped and burned just the main movie with DVDClone with AnyDVD running in the background. That worked without a hiccup.
    Went ahead and bought them both since there was a 20%
    discount offer that ends tonight. (Discount code THANKSGIVING)
    Nice programs, but I hated to spend money after years of successful backups. Anyone have any idea what encryption can cause a freeze during backup?
     
  5. ZoSoIV

    ZoSoIV Regular member

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    clonedvd 2 + anydvd is worth ever cent so you won't be sorry.

    a number of encryptions can cause freezing during backing the movie up so pick one lol
     
  6. bighonker

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    Seems like this is the free answer for "out of memory".
     
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  7. QuikDraw

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    Basically, I did the same thing, broke down and bought a program, after having a lot of issues with the free programs. Now, no more problems! My choice after trying out several programs was DVDFAB PLATINUM. I tried Slysoft products. But, went with DVDFAB because it does more for the money and costs less. Free programs take more steps, talk longer to make a copy, and I don't see any Hugh quality difference. But, I'm sure someone will argue that point. LOL
     
  8. ZoSoIV

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    yeah i like the pay programs better to. The freeware is ok if you have more time but i don't clonedvd 2 + anydvd or dvdfab platinum gets it done fast and if there alot of compression i stick it on a DVD+R DL
     
  9. QuikDraw

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    Some other paid programs I like are 1 Click DVD 5 Pro, and CloneDVD 4. Yeah, and I already heard about the name stealing. Although, I'm sure there is a lot more too it than just stealing names. I don't know one thing about how software is made; I have enough problems with just trying to use it. LOL Can't see splitting hairs either. Processing from one program to another, then another, and so on. Just to have and end result be of a simular quality to the paid simple to use programs. After all these are just backups, of what we already own...right? Clear the throat.
     
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    Intervideo DVDCopy 5 is a good one also
     
  11. QuikDraw

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    Haven't tried that one, yet. Check this out, just ran accross this while Internet surfing. Great stuff for the novice.
    http://www.1clickdvd-copy.com/video/1clickdvdmovie/1clickdvdmovie.html
    http://www.1clickdvd-copy.com/video/1clickdvdmovie/1clickdvdmovie.html
    Here's some info. on Intervideo DVD Copy Platinum 5.

    InterVideo DVD copy Platinum 5. AnyDVD works fine with it. InterVideo DVD Copy Platinum 5 blows away CloneDVD2 because it can convert a DVD to VCD or DIVX and DVDs. It has a 14 day trial. After you pay the 80 dollars, you will recieve a serial number which you can easily copy and paste to register DVD Copy 5. And, you can register it on unlimited number of computers. InterVideo DVD copy does not phone home.

    InterVideo DVD Copy is a way to get perfect duplicates of your movies on DVD or CD in 3 steps. Format support-DVD to DVD, DVD to VCD/SVCD, DVD to DivX CD, DVD to your hard drive in MPEG-1/2 or DivX. InterVideo's IBBP (InterVideo's Bitrate Balance Profile) makes sure your duplicates match the quality of the original. Make true quality 1:1 copies of your DVDs, VCDs, and SVCDs without transcoding. Zero Video Fluctuation Transfer DVD 9 dual layer to DVD 5 single layer with no change in visual quality. Dual layer DVDs to single DVD, compress a 9.4GB dual layer DVD to 4.7GB with no loss of content or quality. It supports MP4 for handheld and mobile devices including SONY PSP, video IPod, and 3gpp for cell phones.

    InterVideo DVD Copy 5 features CopyLater . Save time by letting your PC work while you're away. Now you can schedule CopyLater to batch convert videos while you're at work or asleep, ensuring high-quality video output and freeing up your PC for when you need it. CopyLater can also regularly check your video-download and recorded TV-program folders for new files.
    Please note: InterVideo DVD Copy can not be used to copy CSS encrypted DVDs.
     
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  12. ZoSoIV

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    plus Intervideo has a very good transcoder making the picture quality better than clonedvd 2 on higher compressed files
     
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    Here's some interesting info.

    Transcoders, like, for eg., Dvd2One, DvDShrink and CloneDvD are so-called "compressed domain transcoders". This means they do not decode, strip down, and re-encode the data; they simply discard then rehash IDCT data - something which can reduce size but can also produce horrifying artifacts.
    CCE is an ENCODER. The process here is that the data is decoded, the bit rate and/or size reduced then re-encoded. This cpu-intensive process takes longer, but produces SUBSTANTIALLY better results with no artifacting even at compression as high as 50%. Sure, there's a reduction in quality, but not horrible artifacts
     

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