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looking for a little proggy that breaks css

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by Mort81, Nov 9, 2004.

  1. Mort81

    Mort81 Senior member

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    Hi all I can't remember the name of this little proggy that runs in the background and removes the css encryption. I would also like to know if it will work with interVidio DVD COPY 2 GOLD and if anyone has used DVD COPY 2 GOLD and their opinion of it. I can get it for $20 off and would like to have another backup program just to play with. Thanks, any replies will be appreciated.
     
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    anydvd
     
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    Thanks jacota20,
    Does it work with any backup program that does not break the css encryption? Will it work with the proggy listed above? Thanks again.
     
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    Thanks Nephilim, I appreciate it.
     
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    Anytime, my friend :)
     
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    One more question, I tried a trial version of a dvd backup proggy that did not break the css encryption but was supposed to compress, analyse, and burn. I had dvd43 and patin caufin but when I went to use the software it said the dvd was css encrypted and would not work. The proggy I tried was Intervidio dvd copy 2.

    Ok, now for my question, does dvd43 and patin caufin have to be in the same folder in order for dvd43 to work? I didn't have them in the same folder. I read somewhere to put them in the same folder. Thanks, any help will be appreciated.
     
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    Nah, DVD43 and patin-couffin needn't be in the same folder. DVD43 is decent enough I suppose but if you want something similar but incredibly better you should check out Slysoft's AnyDVD :)
     
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    Thanks Nephilim, I'll look into it. Could you give me some insight on my thread in the dvd shrink forum please. Got me baffled.
     

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