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Resident Evil Extinction

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by 0nslaught, Jan 1, 2008.

  1. 0nslaught

    0nslaught Member

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    No problem backing this one up with good ol' Shrink and Decrypter
     
  2. ZoSoIV

    ZoSoIV Regular member

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    yup not heavily protected. I used clondvd 2 + anydvd doing the movie only no problems
     
  3. iluvendo

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    Backed up mine with ripit4me
     
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    This one was a breeze. DvdFab>Shrink>ImgBurn.
     
  5. iluvendo

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    What, nobody got stumped?
     
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    It was a breeze. I didn't have to enable anydvd. Ddvd Shrink ripped right through it and it was a very good flick. Watching the ending,looks like they'll be an RE-4
     
  7. 7thsinger

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    Not this time around Father iluvendo. I had a harder time with Mrs Doubtfire! Lol!
     
  8. ZoSoIV

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    I'm slowed down on occasion but NEVER stumped lol
     
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    I just used DVDFab on Resident Evil Extinction and next step is FixVTS however there is no Video TS files, all the files are VTS ## files (VTS01 etc). Can I still run FixVTS somehow, did something go wrong with the ripping process?
     
  10. iluvendo

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    Icemanjmw, if you backup RE Extinction with Ripit4me 1.7.1.0, fixvts is already built in and goes all the way to dvd shrink. All u have to do is manipulate shrink the way u want and away u go.

    Ripit4me can still be found in a google search at softpedia.com
     
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    iceman,
    That is what the guide says, the next step it would be FixVts after ripping with DVDFab.
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/494836
    However, that step is not mandatory. It seems that this title did not have heavy encryption( if even DVD Shrink could do it by itself).

    Video_Ts is not a file, is the entire folder where DVDFab Decrypter puts all those VOB files.
     
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    You Guys/Gals think some studios are giving up on harder encryption since they have to pay programmers (One can only assume TOP DOLLAR$) only to have it crack by freelance programers who get the satisfaction of sticking it to the man???
     
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    HAHA, that would be the smart thing to do! Maybe some of these freelance progrmers release the decrypting freebies because they don't need the money! Maybe the sudios pay them enough to write the encryption in the first place; this way they can do the decryption for free:)! Would't that be something...
     
  14. 7thsinger

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    It would certainly cut down on trying to write the "break" for the new encryptions, wouldn't it.

    Lol.
     
  15. ZoSoIV

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    and thats probably how it happens lol

    thats why there pushing HD/blue-ray because its not cost effective to back them up
     
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    The quotation is not properly done:~)!
     
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    :~) Nothing to be sorry about, it was just a friendly remark!
     
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    am I the only one with problems?


    Ripit4me crashes when reading the dvd, anydvd can't copy it to the harddrive, dvdshrink can't read it, dvddecrypter can't read it, clone2dvd can't read it ...
     

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