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forgotten,little black book , the grudge, resident evil 2

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by EAGLES69, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. EAGLES69

    EAGLES69 Member

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    on the above message , i was stating to fans that some movies can be back up`ed with current software like for example dvdcopyexpress.the movies listed like re2,little black book , forgotten, the grudge require you to use other back up programs.i use decrypter and then dvd shrink to get the job done .i know there are other faster and better ways of doing it , i just stay with a sure winner thats all........HAPPY BURNING!!!!
     
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    Eagles69,Ive been trying to rip resident evil 2 using dvd decrpyter and dvd shrink but it just wont go through.Could you assist me on how you accomplished this.
     
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    wolfniggr Regular member

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    Make sure you have the current version of Decrypter. It should rip it no problem on the default settings.
     
  4. Vedas830

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    I used AnyDVD and CloneDVD to do The Forgotten and RE
    They have released a New Version of Clone that is supposed to fix the Mastering errors on the Grudge
    I dont have this one yet so I cant test it out
    :)

     
  5. The_OGS

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    It's a good plan.
    No there aren't :) Always use Deep Analysis and adaptive error correction - remember, quality is everything.
    The latest DVD Decrypter and AnyDVD are keeping ahead of any and all types of new protections. This is a very good thing, and we must all support them.
    I personally have not yet sent my $40 bucks to SlySoft, but I'm very grateful for DVDDecrypter.
    And it is comforting to know AnyDVD is available for purchase, should the need arise.
    Today's Tip:
    Always work from one HD to another, with each HD on its own controller, if possible. Always be aware how all your different HDs & optical drives are mastered/slaved in your rig, and try to involve 2 controllers in any operation.
    Thank god for SATA (and, for DVDDecrypter ;-)
    Happy Burning!
     
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