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how do you overide or get around the copy protection

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by jride69, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. jride69

    jride69 Member

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    hello i'm backing up the dvd house of flying daggers when all the progs i used "iclickdvd dvdxcopyplatinum etc all say that there are bad sectors on the dvd purposely put to protect it . it says its a copy protection scheme which makes it non copieable if thats a word. is there any progs that can get around this? i also use dvd43 but it seems not to work on this kind of copy protection. this is not css encryption . please help
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Latest AnyDVD.
    Gamejack.

    done deal
     
  5. mfmtonyv

    mfmtonyv Guest

    AnyDVD will do. Don't worry. First run AnyDVD and then rip the movie usind DVD decrypter. It won't be any problem.
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    just used Shrink (on it's own) to do this (region 2 uk), no problems
     
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    How do you overide or get around the copy protection? Easy, just use DVD Decrypter [free] and DVD43 [free with latest v3.5.3.113] and Shrink it with Shrink. HOFD is nothing special period.
     

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