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Encryption Error w/ Star Wars Disc

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by rubicon, Oct 2, 2004.

  1. rubicon

    rubicon Member

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    I'm using DVD Shrink 3.2 and it's been working well for months. I got the first disc of the Star Wars trilogy today (A New Hope) and I tried to use DVD Shrink to create a DVD-9 backup and I'm getting the following error every time @ 52% of the encoding process:

    Any ideas?

    <edit> The disc is brand new with no scratches and I've tried it in 3 different DVD+-R drives.
     
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  2. juca39

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    If your using a DVD 9 to backup, you don't need to use shrink, Use Deckrypter. You are not shrinking the movie, so you can rip it with deckrypter, and burn it.
     
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    I didn't think of that.

    However, the problem still exists. Even when I try to shrink it down to 4 GB, I get the same error during the analysis phase.

    Thanks for the info.
     
  4. ronjon

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    Try using InterVideo DVDCopy Platinum 2.5 Build 009.16; it just might work...but you'll have to decrypt it first. Good Luck
     
  5. rubicon

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    Episode V worked fine, so I think something was wrong with the IV disc.
     
  6. juca39

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    What I did with all Star Wars Series is to rip with DVD deckrypter first, Than as a File I used Shrink with deep analysis and maximum smoothness, it worked perfect and the DVD I burnt it looks great in my 50" TV. I kept all menus and extras, even though, I compressed menus and extras as much as I could, so the movie would have less compression.
     

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