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Need a dvd copy program

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by nonaste, Feb 21, 2005.

  1. nonaste

    nonaste Member

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    Can somebody please advise me as to what is a good dvd clone program. Sometimes DVD Shrink fails. I also tried Dvd-cloner which failed the first time I used it. It game me "failed to burn" with no other explanation. Their web site was useless as well. I appreciate any help. Thanks
     
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    Try dvd decryptor and then shrink.They're the best of the crop man.
     
  3. permatex

    permatex Regular member

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    i would have to go with 1-click dvd copy and anydvd working together.anydvd breaking the codes and 1-click copy and burn.slysoft the manufacturer of anydvd seem to be keeping up to date with new copyright scheems and upgrade their product as needed,1-click copy has a good shrink rate and copy and burn is relatively quick.keep in mind that everyone will at some point have a failed copy and burn and this can almost always be traced to a bad blank disk,trying to do other work on the computre while recording or having too many programs running in the background as well as a dvd movie with problens with the movie itself.
     
  4. nonaste

    nonaste Member

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    Thanks guys (or girls, as the case may be) I appreciate your response.
     
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    -LoNeR- Active member

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    lol, in my personal opinion CloneDVD & AnyDVD are the quickest/easyiest/best, but thats just my personal preference.

    it a very low user level involvement
     
  6. nonaste

    nonaste Member

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    "low user involvement" is exactly what I'm looking fer. Pop a disk in the burner, badda bing, badda boom...a copy. THAT'S what I'm talkin' about.[​IMG]
     
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    nonaste Member

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    How do you do that? Get all my net info? I would like to be less. stupid.[​IMG]
     
  8. Zerobluex

    Zerobluex Guest

    I guess everyone is recommending dvd decryptor. I use dvd shrink and all I see is that shrink and decryptor is the best combination. So thanks
     
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    -LoNeR- Active member

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    lol, i can't see anything - i see my info, you see yours - goto www.danasoft.com get your own :D
     
  10. ozy

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    If you don't mind shelling out 30 or 40 bucks then I deeply recommend anydvd and clonedvd. Never had a problem with this at all! Otherwise try dvdshrink for free but its a little more involved. I'm the type who wacks in the disk and leaves.
     
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    Yup,
    1click and anydvd.. deadly combo. If you have a player and a burner, load your discs, press START and go away for a while.
    I may have been lucky, but 1click and anydvd have worked EVERY TIME.

    Ron
     
  12. madgreek

    madgreek Guest

    I would have to say my favorite combo would be Anydvd running on your toolbar in the backround with dvdshrink. I use both becuase dvdshrink can't remove the new sony/universal encryptions. Many dvd's in the future will have this soon. Dvdshrink is easy to use but many will move away from as they are no longer updating it sadly.
     
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    i use anydvd and clonedvd2 with good results . both can be tried before you buy for 21 days from
    http://www.slysoft.com/en/download.html

    clonedvd2 is quite easy to use with not much user input needed as stated above .
     

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