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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by dtsnik, Jan 25, 2007.

  1. dtsnik

    dtsnik Member

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    I downloaded DVD shrink and loaded a DVD onto my hard drive (i have a ton of space left, so that can't be a problem). i then went into WinDVD Creator 2. Opened the file under my C: and it "Captured" the movie tiles into the "Timeline" below. I then went to "Make Movie" and it brings up the "Burning Wizard." I click on Burn - hit the arrow - and the Format and Speed areas are blank and it does not let me select anything from the drop down menus.

    What am i missing? or What am i doing wrong? Is it something with the DVD i am trying to copy (format) or the way i am using the DVD shrink?

    I've read the threads that discuss the similar problem, but i don't see anything useful.

    Thanks for your help!!!

    DJT
     
  2. rbrock

    rbrock Regular member

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    You need to get past the blocks run Anydvd in the background or clean it up with Ripit4me and fixitVts you also need Dvd Decrpter
     
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    thanks for all of your help - the guide worked great.
     
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    glad to help
     
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    Burn Baby Burn (glad to help)
     

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