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Easy Shrink?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by kkensley, Apr 7, 2005.

  1. kkensley

    kkensley Member

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    Ive been using it and most dvd's (4 out of 5) wont work because of some kind of legal copyright issue It suggests to order the full version (im using the demo), but I dont know if it will really copy my dvds therefore I dont want to spend the money first
    any suggestions or advice
     
  2. jfk329

    jfk329 Guest

    Try DVD Decrypter, and or DVD Shrink both you get her at aD.
     
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    scf_au Regular member

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    I have Easy DVD Shrink, and it actually does what it says. Nice program, but not free.

     
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    QUOTE

    "I have Easy DVDShrink, and it actually does what it says
    Nice Program, but not free"

    LOL, where did you get this NEW....Easy DVDShrink Program??????

    hope you didn't pay for DVDShrink everyone else has???

    um...um....

    good day.....................................
     
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    well that's a new one on me
    never seen that advertised
    before...............
    guess you got me anyway..




    good day...........
    freedom2...........


    EDIT....that's a short trial period......
     
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    scf_au Regular member

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    It's more user friendly.
     
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    This is from thier own site
    So you still need Decrypter or AnyDVD for it to back up your originals. It really just looks like a rip off from DVD Shrink with a burn engine built in. For 40$ and then another $40 for AnyDVD I believe I would go with the much better combo of CloneDVD2 and AnyDVD fo $60...
     

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