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HOW 2 BACKUP A BACKUPED DVD WITH DVDxCOPY???

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by kurtiz, Feb 17, 2003.

  1. kurtiz

    kurtiz Guest

    For example..i burn a movie..let's say; Spy Game..i'l make a perfect clone but i can't make a backup of the movie but when i want to copy the clone i find out that it doens't work because you need the original DVD..Is there a way i can clone a DVD with everything on it..like subtitles and Dolby Digital, menu's etc???

    Greetz, M
     
  2. S10Surfer

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    DVDXCOPY will not do it. But if you want to back up a back up just put it into Nero and copy dvd. It will make a back up. I Rip and copy a DVD with DVDXCOPY and then make other copies with Nero.
     
  3. memcco

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    i did the samt thing once that s10surfer did. used nero to do a dvd copy...worked perfectly....just to see if it would! mike
     
  4. kurtiz

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    It does work with a DVD+RW..but not with a DVD+R..I havn't the slightest idea why, i've got the latest firmware for my writer..use good quality DVD+R's, i want to copy the whole movie with everything on it..so i use DVDXCopy what works great..i've copied every DVD i've got on a DVD+RW but if i want to copy it to a DVD+R i'l get an error..

    POWER CALIBRATION ERROR or something like that..please help me..i'm getting desperate..
     
  5. kodell

    kodell Guest

    I found the way :)

    When DVDxCOPY has finished copying the DVD(BEFORE you burn it) (disc 1 OR 2) go into the temp directory that you use for it, and copy over ALL the VIDEO_TS files with one's from SmartRipper and delete that *.txt file that in the directory above it. Then run the burn.

    There you have it, you get rid of that screen that says that it's a backup, are able to copy it again AND you get that cool screen at the end of disc 1 that says "Insert Disc 2".
     
  6. Paratwa

    Paratwa Guest

    Use latest version of Nero, it worked flawlessly for me. You can copy DVD-R to DVD-R notwithstanding the method used (i.e. DVDXCOPY) to produce the 1st copy.
     

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