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Problems with dvd9

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by PuFFy, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. PuFFy

    PuFFy Member

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    Hi all. Hope this subject hasn't been covered like a billion times lest i get roasted.

    I have followed the guide for copying dvd9 to image file. seemed to work great. I deleted all the extra languages like spanish and french as well as the subs. only raised the compression to like 62% still seems hella compressed to me but not too sure. Obviously 100% would be ideal but that ain't gonna happen with dvd9. so is there a safe range to shoot for? then i burnt the image using nero and that too seemed to go fine. however when i played the movie it stoped and started several times throughout the entire flik doh! when it stopped it would not resume in the same place it stopped; rather it would skip like 5 minutes ahead. i am somewhat retarded when it comes to dvd9, but i gotta assume this has something to do with the compression. any comments/feedback/suggestions ?

    thanks

    /run abuse
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    what brand of media are you using? And, what speed are you burning at?
     
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    DVD9 to dual layer....

    Remove all discs from drives.

    Open DVD Decrypter.

    From the 'Mode' menu, select 'ISO' -> 'Read'.

    Put DVD-9 disc in drive.

    Take note of the 'Destination' file name.

    Click the big 'Decrypt' button.

    Take the DVD-9 disc out of the drive.

    From the 'Mode' menu, select 'ISO' -> 'Write'.

    Put a blank double layer disc in your DVD Writer.

    Click the little folder icon - 'Browse for source file' - and select the MDS file created for you as part of the steps above.

    Click the big 'Write' button.

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    DVD9 to DVD5

    rip in file mode! reauthor in shrink!
     
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2005

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