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DVD2one and DVDshrink playback problems

Discussion in 'DVD2One forum' started by bigk7138, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. bigk7138

    bigk7138 Member

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    I ripped American Pie with DVD decrypter and it played back on my computer perfectly. But, when I compressed it with DVD2one it couldn't playback on my computer. It just brought up the DVD player like it was going to play, but it didn't start playing. I then tried to use DVD shrink, but I ended up with the same problem.
    Can you guys help?
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    Nearly anything will playback on a computer DVD player. You will need to check the compatiblility of the media you are using. Ritek G04's tend to work the best. Also, what format are you recording in? If its +R, then you may face problems with standalones.
     
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    The thing is that I didn't burn it yet. I just compressed it. Everything is fine before compression, but afterwards it just doesn't play. Is should play from the compressed file on the computer right?
     
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    Try downloading DVD Shrink <--(click here), its free and very good. Also make sure you have Adaptec ASPI drivers installed
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    bigk7138

    What player are you playing it w/ on your PC after DVD2One has had it's wicked way with ya files ?
    Are you playing VOB_1 from source in PowerDVD (for example) ??
     
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    I tried all the files with WinDVD.
     
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    Try PowerDVD maybe , I've never heard of someone not being able to play ripped DVD files
    from source.
    Sometimes it may sound like there is no audio but after burn the audio is there.

    If your problem persists I'd check hardware config on your PC
     

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