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Hannibal Rising R5 DVD-R

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by IWGP, Mar 18, 2007.

  1. IWGP

    IWGP Member

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    I tried burning this R5 DVD-R so it can be region-free, and nothing seems to work. I've tried DVD Shrink by copying the files to my PC and opening it with DVD shink and selecting the Region Free option, but nothing came of it. I cannot play it on my home DVD player. Can anybody help me?
     
  2. ToyzCool

    ToyzCool Guest

    Hi
    I will try to burn this file right now, and if it work i will tell you how!!
    :)
    Toyz
     
  3. ToyzCool

    ToyzCool Guest

    Hi, Again !
    I have burned the .img file in Nero. and it was no problem!
    Cheers
    Toyz :)
     
  4. bbmayo

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    What exactly do you mean when you say that? Does the DVD play in your computer? What part of the world do you live in? The disk may be region free however if you are living in the US and the original disc was region 5 then you will have a video format problem. Region 5 is eastern europe which means the original would be in PAL format and if you are in the states playing the movies then you would need NTSC format.
     
  5. ToyzCool

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    Here is info about the file:
    Hannibal.Rising.2007.R5.Custom.DKsubs.PAL.DVDR-iYF
    released..: 10/03/07

    source....: Hannibal.Rising.R5.DVDR-DREAMLiGHT
    video.....: YES
    extra.....: NO
    audio.....: 5.1 english
    menu......: NO
    Format ...: 16:9
    Genre.....: Drama / Horror / Thriller

    imdb......: <a href="<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0367959/">http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0367959/</a>">http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0367959/">http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0367959/</a></a>
    rating....: 5.7/10 (4,301 votes)
    subs......: Danish ( custom )
    Runtime : 117 MiN

    I am living in Norway.....
    Toyz
     
  6. bbmayo

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    My questions were for the original poster of this thread IWGP.
     
  7. IWGP

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    Yes, I live in America, which I would need it to be NTSC.
     
  8. ToyzCool

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    OKET
    But the burning should not be different....
    Toyz
     
  9. ToyzCool

    ToyzCool Guest

    OKEY
    But the burning should not be different.... Try this:
    Toyz
     
  10. bbmayo

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    Then the video would also need to be converted from PAL to NTSC and there are several proggies that will do this. Search in the guides section here at Afterdawn.
     
  11. PacMan777

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    Nero Vision in the Nero 7 suite does a good conversion job. You can use the trial version and the output isn't marked. You open the DVD in Nero Vision and the wizard like interface will lead you through. ConvertXToDVD is another good app, but it's retail and the trial marks the output. You only use the trial on that one to see if you want to purchase the program.

    You will need some type of decryption software. If you want a program to keep that's free, I'd suggest RipIt4Me. If you only need a program for this job, then a trial of DVD Region + CSS Free from DVDIdle or AnyDVD from Slysoft should work.
     
  12. IWGP

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    I have Nero 7. What do I need to do to convert?
     
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    Did you open Nero Vision as I suggested? Use the Make DVD option then select DVD-Video. When the window opens close the Tips and select Import Disc. Like I mentioned, if you look at what's there, the program pretty much leads you through. In DVD Nero Vision compresses to DVD5 if necessary. There's also DVD1, and DVD9 (DL) for size options. That's at the bottom right at the end of the size bar.
     
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