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Ripping office space

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by acutus1, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. acutus1

    acutus1 Member

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    I'm having probs trying to backup my office space dvd using dvdxcopy and dvd shrink. it seems to lock up my system (specifically the file "video_TS.VOB") whenever I try to burn this. the specific error is "missed file" with dxdxcopy and dvd shrink wont even load up the dvd info at all! wondering if there's some kind of special encryption or maybe some other type of burning software i might try/use...
     
  2. Car.Mike

    Car.Mike Active member

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    Use DVDDecrypter to rip the file to HD and then use Shrink
     
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    Thanks for the info... Just tried DVD Decrypter and it came up with an error of about the same type. I think I just have a f__ked up disk.
    Just to speculate, I own the OFFICE SPACE dvd and therefore purchased the license to view it and whatever... Could I (in theory) rent/borrow it from someone else and burn a copy for my backup? thoughts?
     
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    malcdogg Regular member

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    Of course you could.
     
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    acutus1,
    I would still carry it back to wherever you purchased it and request a good copy.
     
  6. rafigold

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    I have backed up my copy of Office Space (in the UK) with no problems at all, so it is likely that it is your copy of the disc that is faulty.
     

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