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Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by clueless1, Nov 12, 2002.

  1. clueless1

    clueless1 Member

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    Ok I want to learn to copy a DVD. I have experience and have copied them in the past. But the quality is terrible and I don't get the menues or anything. I want to learn to make a exact copy of a DVD. I have a Pioneer DVD-r/rw and windows XP 1GB of Ram 2Ghz P4 80GB of HD.
    I will give any one 10$ who can help me complettely successfully create a copy of a DVD.
    Anyones help PLEASE!!!
     
  2. framerman

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    exact copy, eh? One program, DVD decrypter. Copy in ISO mode, burn back. done.
     
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    Eh? 9.7 GB
    Eh? DVD-R 4.7GB
    I just need help to split it so that it goes on 2 DVD-R's
     
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    YOU CAN ONLY MAKE THAT EXACT COPY IF DVD IS LES THAN 4.3 GIG. THAT IS ALL A DVDR WILL REALLY HOLD NOT 4.7. I AM MAKING BACKUPS OF ALL MY DVD SOME ARE EASY AND SOME ARE HARD. YOU NEED DVDDECRYPTER IFOEDIT REMPEG2 AND NERO OR NEODVD BURNING SOFTWARE
    GO TO THIS SITE http://www.hkruse.dircon.co.uk/
    THIS SEEMS TO BE THE BEST SITE I HAVE FOUND STEP BY STEP. EVEN IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN A COMPUTER YOU CAN USE THIS GUIDE WORKS GREAT.
    EMAIL ME IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
     
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    This site worked much better for me than any other. So.. those of you who were having trouble with other directions... give this one a shot.

    Only problem is getting the actual web page to load up when you want it too.
     
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    Ummm. That guide Doesn't say anything about Burning the DVD's WITH MENUES.
     
  7. blaze451

    blaze451 Guest

    go here http://www.doom9.org/
    select "the guides"
    then dvd&minidvd guides
    look under ifoedit guides heading for
    "copying a dvd9 to 2 dvd+-r's
    easy to follow and works a treat

    cheers
     
  8. HomerJ

    HomerJ Moderator Staff Member

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    clueless1

    Before you try and make an "exact" copy, may I suggest you try something easier, like copy a DVD-5 type disc, or a movie only form a DVD-9 type disc.

    The quality should ber VERY good (DVD-5 is of course a perfect copy).

    Making an "exact" copy is about the hardest thing to do in DVD backing up.

    HomerJ
     

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