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Meet the Fockers Problems

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by nomind, Apr 20, 2005.

  1. nomind

    nomind Guest

    Attmpted to back up "Meet the Fockers" last night and could not get it to work. I tried using Shrink DVD, 1clickDVD, and Also Clone DVD with the latest version of AnyDVD in the background and still could not get it work.
    Has anyone had any luck backing up this movie and if so what program did you use.

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. spacedust

    spacedust Regular member

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    DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink.

    Good Luck

    Spacedust
     
  3. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Regular member

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    You should have no problem with any of the up to date rippers/ burners. I used AnyDVD and CloneDVD2 with no problems.

    You need to detail your problems, i.e., Programs used, error messages, media used system components, etc.,etc.,etc.

    Try this link for ideas.

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/183136
     
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  4. nomind

    nomind Guest

    Thanks alot, I will update my CloneDVD tonight and try again if still no luck I will let you know exact error messages.

    Can I just say that I have never seen such an awesome sight as this one for info on DVD Burning issues. I can always find awswers to any questions I have by reading these forums.

    Thanks Again
     
  5. freedom2

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    AnyDVD + DVDShrink-Reauthor (Movie Only)+ DVDDecypter = good backup ( as always don't care for all the extras anyway )



    this movie did have 2 Main movie's didn't see the differance
    in them choose Main Movie 1 ......... worked fine



     
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    The first one is the theatrical release, and the other is an extended version,which puzzled me, because they were both the same size.I did the same as freedom2 and just kept the first version.
    good luck
    jD
     
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    I saw that to jim dandy, couldnt figure out why both were same size, any how I did the first one
     
  8. cmoney

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    I just finished ripping with Shrink and burned with Nero >>> No problems here.
     
  9. freedom2

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    not talking about this movie, but anyway ...
    maybe we won't have so many threads about one movie..

    Suspect Zero,.......... The Same As Above..

    ANYDVD + DVDShrink ReAuthor (Movie Only) + DVDDecypter

    good backup.......

    good day..........
    free...........
     
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    I backed up my copy of Meet the Fockers on both my pcs. On my main one,I just reauthored in shrink-main movie only/1st title and burned with nero.

    On my backup pc, I did entire dvd. There is an "Unreferenced" folder after shrink does it's initial analysis. I did set that folder to still image on both backups of both pcs.That is all I cut out of both backups besides the usual sound streams.I set the unreferenced materials to Still Image if it is on any movie.It did take over 9 hours using shrink's max smoothness. Last time I do that on that pc, LOL

    My anydvd trial has been up for a while,so no need for that program since the newest decrypter is out.


    Suspect Zero, same as Meet the Fockers,except no Unreference Materials folder. Very easy rip and burn.Nothing special,encryption wise.
     
  11. nomind

    nomind Guest

    Sorry to waste your time people but I went home and sure enough
    my new Meet the Fockers DVD Had a big scratch in it and that was the cause of my problems. Once again thank you for confirming with me
    that there was no new issues. Like I said before this site is the Ultimate.
     

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