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Is DVD Shrink over?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by txstang, Jan 8, 2005.

  1. txstang

    txstang Member

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    I have never had a problem with shrink until now. It seems funny because its 4 movies in a row. I could not backup my Fight club, Once upon a time in Mexico, Natural Born Killers, and Lock stock and two smoking barrels. I went from never having had one problem in 80 backups to 4 consecutive "Failed to read file E:\ - Data error (cyclic redunduncy check)". I understand that this is most likely copyright protections, but arent they all c.p.'ed? And it seems funny because some of these are older DVDs. I tried the DVD decryper ripping method (both the file and ISO read)updated setttings, latest version, and they both get stuck at same point that shrink does. I got one up to 400 retries and couldnt get it passed 49%. I have smart ripper but i love the menus and scene selection that shrink offers.........don't know what to do. Any suggestions? HELP!!!
     
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    Do all the movies get that error at the same place of each seprate disc?
     
  3. txstang

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    No everyone gives the error message at a different time. Natrual Born Killers at 96% encoded (almost done). Once Upon a time in the initial analyze 56% from "open disc" (won't even let me work with it). Fight club 17% encoded....etc.
     
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    They clean?
    scratchless?
    You could get that message if they are not.
     
  5. txstang

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    all clean no scratches brand new
     
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    Do you have to have the Menus and Extra. If you can deal with just the movie try re-authoring it in DVDShrink. You dont have to have the full disc analyzed to do this. You can insert the disc and instead of oping up the disc you can click re-author and go to your DVD-ROM drive and pull the movie in "title 1" and try burning just the movie.
     
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    Same problem with re-author, won't even analyze it.
     
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    Have you been inside your computer latly? chamge any IDE cables change a DVD-ROM replaced anything?
     
  9. txstang

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    nope. Was able to back up The Omen, The Exorcist, and Blow last week and it all started this week with Natrual Born Killers.
     
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    have you added any other copy programs like DVDXcopy etc etc
     
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    you get this error on these four discs try encoding
    a disc that you have completed in the past. If you still get the error the[CRE] error is usualy caused by a dirty disc,scratched,or defective from the store.
    If the error happens on a disc that you have completed in the past try both of these things 1. try a totaly seperate program you said you tried shrink and decrypter so you might be ok there.Try taking the discs to a different drive and try them if they work with shrink or decrypter there then you could have a bad drive.
     
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    I'll try that, but the drive seems to be working fine for playing the disc, CD Roms ect. Pioneer DVR 108
     
  13. larrylje

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    I was thinking of a bad drive myself cause I had this hapen to me but would get the error at the same point with each DVD thats why I asked if they where at the same point with each disc.
     
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    Exactly what error are you getting? Is it the pack header error or something else? Sounds like ARcoSS Protection. I wonder if manufacturers that produce DVD's for retail have started doing this to all new DVD's that are made? Seems funny that we really just starter seeing this with RE2, LBB and some others.
     
  15. txstang

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    The error message is: "DVD Shrink encountered an Error and can not continue. Failed to read File "E:\" Data error (cyclic redundancy check)."

    I tried an older DVD Rebound: The Goat and that analysed and encoded just fine, but it seems funny that I would get this on 4 DVDs in a row from as old as 1999.
     
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    OK i can help!!!!!!!! yourll going to need to download ANYDVD program. this will take out all the protection like R.C.E and region crap!! just put it on safe mode and run dvd shrink and your good to go.. its a 21 day trial so you and a crack..
     
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    The AnyDVD probably wont work if he tried the new DVD Decryptor. Cause that program had a new version realesd 2 days ago and took care of the problem with RE2 and Little black book.
     
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    Well just tried AnyDVD...thanks for the help, but it didn't work. Got to the same point as Decrypter and shrink. I also noticed that when I played the movie on Power DVD it gets stuck for a second or two on the same exact spot, I'm guessing this is where the encryption file is (The 20th century Fox logo), then skips entirely over it and proceeds with the movie.
     
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    can you anilize the DVD? if so is the 20th centry fox logal on the movie file or separte from it? if its seprate try making the logal a still image to skip over that part of the DVD
     
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    txstang,i had have exactly the same problem,error at 90%.57%etc etc.i put it entirely down to the quality of the original.i cleaned the disc,shut down everything i could(antivirus etc/internet),used my best dvd burner,also 108.and shrink worked a treat.
     

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