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not understanding the rip

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by MrSmithW, Feb 2, 2007.

  1. MrSmithW

    MrSmithW Member

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    I have a dvd that I ripped along time ago. I have it on a dvd that I burned it to. The problem Im having now is making a copy of it. I cant understand how I can rip something, have a copy that works perfectly and then cant make a copy. Can someone tell me what happened?/
     
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    Bad media.
    Best to start over with the original.
     
  3. saugmon

    saugmon Senior member

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    If there's a lot of errors on that backup copy or errors in the wrong spot,then you will have a tough time re-ripping it. All the following will make those little errors add up:

    Too fast of burn speed
    Crap media-use Ty or Verbatim.
    Burning the outer edge of disc-Keep target below 4360 mbs.
    Low quality burner-keep firmware up to date.

    Try ripping it with dvd decrypter using Mode ISO read. You'll have to change 2 of the default settings so open up dvd decrypter/tools/settings:

    CSS tab- Tick Brute force
    I/O Tab- tick ignore all read errors
    OK and proceed ripping to the harddrive. Just remember where those files go.

    If successful-then use either dvd decrypter Mode ISO write or ImgBurn. Open either up-both are basically the same in the burning mode,locate mds files,open,set burn speed and burn away.

    It's not a 100% success,but you may get lucky on ripping that older backup.
     

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