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Toshiba Laptop DVD Burning

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  1. hazzaman

    hazzaman Member

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    I've just brought a toshiba laptop with a dvd burner. nero 6 picks it up but whenever i try to burn anything to a dvd i get a error message saying 'Could not start disc at once' Command Error. Any ideas.

    Cheers

    Chris.
     
  2. RiPsTeR01

    RiPsTeR01 Guest

    use dvd shrink to bypass encryption and fit it on a dvd because nero does not handle css (the ecryption) then once u have the compressed files on your hdd use nero 6 dvd - other formats - video and copy the compress file to the window - burn

    or if the disck is under 4.36 gb use dvd decrypter in iso mode and read the write the same file.
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    DVD Decrypter in IFO Mode under FILE options is better.
    Just select main movie VOB (s) & title set IFO . then run thru either DVD2One or DVD Shrink to compress to 4.36Gb (which is needed most times)
     
  5. RiPsTeR01

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    I personally like how they demux the vob file to give u different easy to use options in the means of selecting wut audio, and subtiltes and video plus for nubs it is easier to use then dvd-decrypter. Altho when u get to understand this stuff better dvd-decrypter is faster.

    Agree?_X_X_X_X_X_[small]Win xp sp1
    amd 2000+
    256MB ddr 333
    pioneer dvr-ao6[/small]
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Do you use Deep Analysis in DVD Shrink ..?

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  7. RiPsTeR01

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    ya i never have tried it without
     
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    How long u been using DVD shrink for because it is a reletively new feature. I dont use Deep analysis unless it is over 15% compression.
     
  9. RiPsTeR01

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    about 3 weeks give or take a day
     
  10. Oriphus

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    You like it?
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    You like it?
     
  12. RiPsTeR01

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    ya i guess it takes acouple fuzzies away but it takes about an hour. I just tried it w/out today on two towers on one disk compressed 33% and there was a noticeable diff between the two_X_X_X_X_X_[small]Win xp sp1
    amd 2000+
    256MB ddr 333
    pioneer dvr-ao6
    NERO, DVD-DEcrypter, Shrink 3.0 beta 5[/small]
     
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    Yeah, tehre would be. Did you use Deep ANalysis as this does improve it!
     
  14. RiPsTeR01

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    i would have to say deep analysis does infact improve the quality of the video
     

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