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I need something like dvdfab

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by bighomey, Jan 28, 2014.

  1. bighomey

    bighomey Member

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    OK, I'm just gonna ask, since I've tried downloading a bazzilion programs and it's never the right thing. What do I need in place of dvdfab to decript new movies since dvdfab is no longer free apparently. All I need is the protection gone, then I can fire up dvd Shrink and go from there.

    Thanx!!

    Tim
     
  2. scorpNZ

    scorpNZ Active member

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    someone else can answer whether the latest version of fab v9 is free to rip forever,however the latest version of v8 is free to rip forever.


    v8 for windows is below the tiles of v9
    http://www.dvdfab.com/download.htm


    edit:scrolling down the page further has free stuff dvdfab hd decrypters there too
     
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  3. bighomey

    bighomey Member

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    got it, thanx!!
     
  4. Mrguss

    Mrguss Regular member

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    You can use DVD Fab 9.x.x.x Forever too... with Shrink, etc. (The old fashion way)

    1.- Insert the Disc.
    2.- Save to: C:\.....iso at somewhere in the HD [2nd. Choice] , in stead to the fake location to: E:\ or D:\ [Default]. Even better if you choose the 3rd. Option. Save to: C:\ .....dvdfab\ (folder).
    3.- NEVER closed DVD Fab App. after ripping.
    4.- NEVER closed you burn engine either (If auto-open & analyze the ripped file on the HD).
    NEVER = Until you have your back-up. lol

    5.- Open you file "ALIVE-on-the-background" with: etc > Shrink > Re-Author > etc
    6.- Before Your "2nd." Burn Engine start burning (Ignore Volume-Error ) caused by using the same file name again for a 2nd. time.
    Volume = file name.

    NOTE: I always select Full Disc to save time finding the right title; then choose Movie Only on shrink [Re-Author] , etc.

    Happy Ripping/Burning 2014 !
     
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  5. scorpNZ

    scorpNZ Active member

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    Yeah fabs burn engine is pretty good tho obviously setting it's burn speed manually is advisable even more so for cheap media
     
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    @ Mrguss
    I'm trying to follow your instructions, but I'm afraid I need more detail. I tried to back up a recent Disney movie purchase, and my trial version of DVDFab 9 has expired. I thought I was doing what you said, but it failed, and said I had expired. May I ask you to list more fully the steps? Only "file transfer" and "HD Decrypter" say they haven't expired, and decrypter was what I used, when it wouldn't let me. Decrypter seems to be the only place with an 'ISO' option. I'm obviously doing something wrong. I should probably mention that I have no actual clue what I'm doing- I've only ever followed somebody's directions, and low and behold it works. You are not dealing with a 'techie' here.
     
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  7. Mrguss

    Mrguss Regular member

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    @ bluesbabe

    On step 2:
    Choose the 3rd. Option:
    Save to: ......dvdfab\ (folder)
    If you are using the latest dvdfab9 expired version.

    For newbies:
    The Ultimate DVD backup resource thread:
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/673257

    Good luck.
     
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  8. JST1946

    JST1946 Regular member

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  10. scorpNZ

    scorpNZ Active member

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    check dates of topics before replying,this thread is months old & your post is too little too late
     

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