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DVDXCOPY BACKUP WARNING Archive

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by JoshB, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. JoshB

    JoshB Member

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    Hello anyone know how to remove this backup warning at the begining of a Copied DVD?.Is it simple to remove.I just backup my dvds for traveling.Thanks
     
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    Try looking at Dvdrhelp.com. I know for a fact that it's there. or email me and we'll discuss it.
     
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    JoshB -- Yes, you can. But, avoid DXC as much as you can because it leaves the region code intact -- you mentioned traveling.

    Use DVDshrink and select read disc (or whatever). Then click on re-author and don't drag the chapters that contain all these warnings. Drag the other chapters and "backup" to a VIDEO_TS folder. Then use RecordNow DX or MAX to burn the whole VIDEO_TS folder as data disc. Thanks.
     
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    Thanks 4 all the advise .Yall been a great help...JoshB
     
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    If we go by that method, does someone want to tell me where the DVD X Copy method comes into it? Or were you just suggesting DVD Shrink as an alternative to DVD X Copy. If so, i agree with you.

    Chris
     
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    DVDxCopy is a pretty good program just that 321 studios warning that this is a BackUp at the begining.Thanks for the help I will look into it.I see I still have alot to learn
     
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