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On the fly

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by WHOTIME, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. WHOTIME

    WHOTIME Member

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    o when i make a back up dvd and then put it in and use nero to on the fly copy the second copy gets some descamble looks and stutters. so should i just use shrink and nero and rencode each time.
     
  2. Jerry746

    Jerry746 Senior member

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    No you don't have to encode it everytime. But burning on the fly isn't a good idea because of the amount of data being transfered. Just open any burning program(Nero will work), select dvd video, select copy complete disc, insert original in burner, let it burn to HD, then insert blank when it asks for one.

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    use decrypter in iso read/iso write mode for backup to backup. But remember that any errors that were on the 1st will be passed onto the second, as well as new ones. Thats why you rip/burn slowly and use the best media available and try to use the original as your source each time
     

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