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RIP-GARFIELD

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by mrdvdx_1, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. mrdvdx_1

    mrdvdx_1 Guest

    Hello Everyone

    Can anyone help me in backing up Garfield DVD. I have tried using DVD shrink, DVD Decrypted. I also was sold the DVD clone wont work because os CSS Copyright. Please cant anyone help I’m going crazy. This is the only DVD that I have had a problem backing up.

    Thank You

    Ps I hope your help comes soon, as I’m about the chuck my DVD burner out the window
     
  2. Wild0ne

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    Having a problem Garfield too - Region 4.

    I use dvd-decrypter and intervideo dvdcopy2.

    Rips ok (twice), but dvdcopy crashes every time as it starts to compress.

    I'm thinking an extra copy protection method is being used.
     
  3. Decrypto

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    I don't know what your doin wrong but i've backed up Garfield sucsessfully with DVD Shrink 3.2 and DVD Decrypter.
    I must admit it did take shrink a while to open it but once it did we were away.
    I've NEVER had a problem with these two programes.
     
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  4. Wild0ne

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    I finally got it - d/loaded and used DVD shrink twice - first as full disk - wouldnt burn - second time with movie only - and it burned ok.

    I reacon theres something in the VTS_01 file (which has the main menu and the piracy message ironically) that was causing dvdcopy to crash.

    I would have used dvd copy's custom option to omit that file but when i do that it just makes coasters - strange that after over 400 movies its just started doing that.
     

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