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  1. mkaone

    mkaone Member

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    Hello, I have downloaded the new dvd decrypter and was wanting to know what settings I should use.
    I have any dvd, dvd shrink and dvd decrypter.
    thanks
    for the help
    mkaone
     
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    the default settings should be fine.
     
  3. mkaone

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    Do you know of any reason why it takes so long to burn a dvd?
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    how long, what speed are you trying, and what dvds are you using? You have to give more info
     
  5. mkaone

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    About an hour, using the new decrypter
    speed 4x
    dvd's are memorex
    thanks
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    try something other than memorex. sony, verbatim, or ritek would be good ones.
     
  7. brobear

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    mkaone
    Equipment affects the recording speeds as well as software and settings. File size is another aspect. For some programs, an hour isn't far off the norm. Give PC specs if you are seeking comparisons from other members of the forum.
     
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    Hi, I tried verbatim.
    I have p4 2.19 w/768ram
    I noticed the slow down after I download and installed the new decrypter.
     
  9. brobear

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    It was probably coincidence. The new updates were pretty much for handling the unreadable sector encryption that's been causing such a fuss lately. The people I know haven't had any slow downs due to DVD Decrypter. What kind of time difference are you talking about?
     
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    Hi, it seems to take longer to burn the dvd.

    Also I tried to back up the dvd freeze frame. I get can't read file and redundency error. I am running anydvd in the background and shrink and dvd decrypter.
    I get the error when I click on shrink and it starts running for a while and then I receive that error.
    any suggestions.

    Also just on the side how do you get the picture to show up when you post or reply to a message?

    thanks
    mka
     
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  11. brobear

    brobear Guest

    Rip + Encode + Burn = Backup
    Are you saying the burn takes longer or are you saying the entire recording process takes longer? Difficult to understand from the way you're using the terms.

    Do these errors occur on all DVDs or just some particular ones? What are you trying to record? Redundancy errors can be caused by problems such as scratched and smudged discs or discs with unreadable sector encryption.

    AnyDVD opens with and information page that identifies the encryption on a DVD. You might want to try that program. I run it in the background even when I use Decrypter.

    Look at the code above the reply window.
    You start with [​IMG]
     
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  12. mkaone

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    hi, I would say the burn takes longer. I use anydvd then I open shrink and then it opens decrypter automatically(and that is when it is taking a lot longer). I have upgraded to the new decrypter ver 3.5.2.0

    The error message just appears are some for example it appeared on the movie "Freeze Frame" I was running in the shrink program when I got "can't read file and redundency error"

    On the image appearing I can't load one up from my computer?

    thanks for the help, greatly appreciated
    mkaone
     
  13. brobear

    brobear Guest

    As to the picture, you need to choose one that is stored on the net. Note the format you were shown; http://www.xxx.xxx/xxx.xxx for a picture the last .xxx will probably be .gif as a .jpg file is in most cases fairly large.

    As this is an intermittent problem, it may be related to the disc. Those can be checked for errors with the freeware DVDInfoPro. The physical condition of a disc is also a critical factor. Scratches or smudges that mar the clear polycarbonate layer can affect the read and cause the redundancy error.

    Hopefully you're using the latest version of AnyDVD. Been several of those lately. What does the Information page of AnyDVD say about the encryption? Copy the page and post it if possible.
     
  14. mkaone

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    Hi, It must have been the disk, I wiped it a few times then tried again and it worked.
    thanks
    mkaone
     
  15. brobear

    brobear Guest

    You're welcome. Glad it was one of the easy remedies.
     

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