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Help - figuring out which main title to use Disney Lion King

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by datageek, Sep 2, 2004.

  1. datageek

    datageek Member

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    Wife bought the Lion King #1 special edition for the grand kids and wanted me to make a copy of it for the kids to watch when they come over. This will really get used quite a bit [bold](it'll help keep them quiet too)[/bold]. I used DVD Decrypter to rip into files for the HD. Then I use recode 2 to re-arthur. What I found was 4 different labels of the main movie and when selected added up to 10gig's. What do I do? I have previewed the movie and they look alike except the last two files were like 3.980 compared to the first two at 2,576. I have heard of the disney movies being multi-angled and I sure this is one of them. Help
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    Datageek, Welcome to aD,

    I've gone through the same thing.

    I had excellent success with CloneDVD2. Use AnyDVD OR DVD Decrypter to rip the movie and pick it up with CloneDVD2.

    Give it a shot :)

    Good luck,

    Pete

     
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    Thanks guy's, I'll give it a try.
     
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    datageek,

    Don't forget to stop back and tell us how you made out -= we like to follow these things :)

    Cheers,


    Pete
     
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    SP, Flip

    Hay, that worked like a charm. I like it for those really big movies. Just wish it was "free" like DVD Decrypter or DVD Shrink. Already backed up several movies from the collection - really easy and can still do some re-arthuring.

    Now I guess the next step is RB w/CCE. I just thought that the "freebies" and buying NERO would be enough - you guy's just help me spend my $$$$. Sheessh heh heh
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    Yea, we did (Lol) But we at least try to make sure that you get the best value for your money :)

    Cheers,

    Pete

     

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