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DVD Shrink

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by rennik5, Mar 25, 2005.

  1. rennik5

    rennik5 Guest

    Shrink 3.2015- Made first copy, it automatically went to Nero6 and burned.
    How can you burn another copy with Shrink????

    Tried everything- WinXP-Shrink 3.2015
    With files on screen from first copy:

    If I re-author, warning says it wont do the menus??

    Clicked Backup-asks for another folder to send files to. I Already have the movie files??

    Opened files and burned in Nero6- Burned DVD said no play. No Menu.
    Do I have to start over for 2nd copy?? Help??????
     
  2. saugmon

    saugmon Senior member

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    To make another copy,after you encoded to your hardrive using dvd shrink:
    Create a new folder or use an old movie folder.
    Insert blank disc in dvd-rw drive
    open up dvd shrink
    Click open files
    Click on that movie you just did in shrink.
    Backup.
    recheck those backup options. This is where i think you are stuck at.Target-send folder to temporary files. Create another folder,or use an old movie folder,that is where you want those backup files to go to. You can't use the original file,but you can keep recopying them-and keep sending them to that old movie file.
    Click ok


    Try dvd decrypter on that backup to re-rip:

    Use decrypter's regular default settings
    Insert backup disc
    Mode/Iso Read/click icon-it will then encode to hard ddrive-after done encoding
    Pull out original backup,and put a blank in.
    Mode Iso write/find that folder/open mds file/click burn icon.


    Separate dvd-rom and dvd-rw drives:
    Insert both original backup and blank in each drive.
    Nero express copy disc feature-copy disc
    check burn settings/quantity amounts
    Click burn




     
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  3. rennik5

    rennik5 Guest

    Thanks, I'll try it out. I searched all of the manuals online, wonder why none of them say anything at all?? Thanks Again!
     
  4. saugmon

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    No problem, I re-rip a lot of my backups with 100% success rate using all 3 ways i listed.
    Just keep the burn speed at a sensible 4x and use good quality media and you'll have fewer issues.

    On that disc to disc copy re-ripping,you can also use any other programs that featurers the disc to disc copy.In case you have roxio or sonic.

    Rip and burn Rennick5, Later
     

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