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Ripped But Still Encrypted

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by pleasantg, Jan 25, 2004.

  1. pleasantg

    pleasantg Member

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    I used DVD Shrink to backup my copy of Lord of the Rings - Fellowship of the Ring Extended Version Part One but when i tried to backup the disc it told me it was encrypted. I had already gone through the analysing process and am wondering what i should do.
     
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    What version of shrink are you using?
     
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    I'm using 3.1.3, the version I d/led off of the site. I've also tried using the DVD Decrypter and then open the files through DVD Shrink. I get an error saying it cannot find the appropriate files, so I'm trying different things to solve this. If you know what I'm doing wrong, please tell, I am relatively new to decrypting stuff. Thanks.

    Ben
     
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    I did the fellowship about 2 weeks ago and shrink v.3.1.3 would not decrypt it.

    I used dvd decryptor to rip into a file titled fellowship.

    Then I openend shink clicked on file then found file named fellowship(in the location where I put it).

    I reauthored using only the main movie and ac3 dolby 5.1

    Then burned with nero 6 and had great results
     
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    I was wondering, how do I go about decrypting it into one file? I decrypted it and it came up with about 12 files, from about VTS_01_1 to VTS_01_7 and some other files. If you could explain, I would greatly appreciate it. I decrypted these at mode IFO by the way. Thanks.
     
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    before you start right click on start select explore

    click on the drive (c,d,ect)you want the file in.

    click on file in your browser then go to new, then to folder click on it. It will be highlighted and read new folder,rename it fellowship or whatever you want to call the movie. Remember where the folder is. Then decrypt it to this folder(destination)in iso file mode I think (not sure I am at work right now no decrypter on this computer).If unsure check the guides section here in AD
    This will be the folder you will want to open with shrink.

    good luck to ya
     
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