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problem ripping Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by LynJuly29, Jul 7, 2013.

  1. LynJuly29

    LynJuly29 Member

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    Unable to copy on any software. Anyone successful with this movie?
     
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    scorpNZ Active member

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    no useful information anyone can use since you haven't posted it,try again & elaborate what programs used on what type of disc format dvd-dl or dvd blu-ray,however if its a standard dvd-dl use dvdfab hd decrypter then use shrink to edit if need be

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  3. LynJuly29

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    Sorry. New to this. I have tried DVD Shrink, DVD Fab. Both stop when burning & give error message "unable to burn"
     
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    have you tried creating the iso with DVDFAB and then burning it to disk using Nero?
    Also what version of DVDFAB did you use. I used DVDFAB 8 and Nero 12 with success.

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    What version of DVDFAB did you use. I used 8.0 to create an ISO then burned it to disk with out any issues using Nero 12.0
     
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    Unnecessary to add more junk to a computer when dvdfab burns fine,a log of the failed burn will tell the story & honestly imgburn would be a much better option if one was to change burning programs apart from the fact its free as well,not that the burning software is at fault more like size of file being burned or cheap discs being used,again the error log will tell the story,there's a thread in afterdawn that deals with disc quality somewhere round here,don't have time to search for it
     

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