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Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by falcon74, May 28, 2011.

  1. falcon74

    falcon74 Member

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    could not rip true grit shows no audio using sly sof 6.8.0.0
     
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    give dvdfab a try
     
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    beta 6.8.0.7 will decode True Grit. Did Blu-Ray today. Have to have a licenced copy of AnyDvd to get beta to work. If trial version beta will not work.
     
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    Latest DVDFAB (8.0.9.2) doesn't work either. Main movie is Titleset 18 (of the 99 Titlesets) on the standard DVD, however DVDFAB only gives you a backup with the first 6 of the 13 Chapters.
     
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    well slyfox is truly sly (lol) 6.8.0.7. did the trick


    thx guys
     
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    AnyDVD 6.8.0.8 is the solution to the problem, worked as it should with the download of the latest version .8 of Slysoft's AnyDVD. Spent quite a lot of time today before I read this Forum and downloaded the Beta .8 to get the job done. Best money I ever spent a few years ago when I purchased this program.

    I also had a problem with Just Go With It and had to use the latest DVD Fab on it. That was before I downloaded the newest AnyDVD or I'm sure it would have done it also.
     
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    6.8.0.8 will do the movie JUST GO WITH IT
     
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    Was able to copy this movie1 click copy and DVD43trial edition in the back round. My hunch is thatDvdFAD would have done it with DVD43.
     
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    I did copy as stated above but I do notice the movie is not as clear as it should be, it does have some noticeable "Fuzz" at times and in some parts cases I notice a slight shadow around a character. Now I'm playing this on a Panasonic Plasma and using a Panasonic BluRay DVD player so it should be very clear as all my other copies are. Anyone else notice this?

    I ripped this with AnyDVD as the Ripper, Is this the way everyone had to do it? After that I used DVD Shrink and ImgBurn to finalize the disc. Normally I use DVD Shrink to rip my disc's then ImgBurn to finish.
     
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    The fuzz could be a bad disc. What brand do you use?
    I always use CloneDVD2 with AnyDVD as they work great together and easy to use. I have used most programs starting with the 321 Studio garbage. I loved DVD Shrink, but when it stopped updating for new movies I bought AnyDVD and CloneDVD. I have used DVDfab, but AnyDVD usually is a couple weeks ahead with updates.
     
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    Disc's I use are Sony, I used to use TDK but Costco only carries Sony now and usually they had the best buy and were the cheapest but today I see O**** Depot had the TDK discs for under $20. So I may go back to the TDK as Costco hasn't had a good bargain recently. Haven’t had any real problems with reliability with the Sony discs.

    The fuzzy picture was I believe a result of the manufacture’s new coding and what AnyDVD did with it. It did take a longer than normal time to rip the disc as did the older version of DVDFab did so I knew as I watched Fabs progress meter I was going to have a problem. I always start with DVD Shrink after AnyDVD checks the disc and with AnyDVD I rarely have a problem and most time I just check for an update and that solves the issue.

    Update, I downloaded the newest DVDFab 8Q version 8.0.9.7 and I redid the rip and then use Shrink and all worked well and it is now clear. Now I have never had this type of problem with AnyDVD ripping but this movie presented something new. As they say “All's well that end’s well.”
     
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    Disc's I use are Sony, I used to use TDK but Costco only carries Sony now and usually they had the best buy and were the cheapest but today I see O**** Depot had the TDK discs for under $20. So I may go back to the TDK as Costco hasn't had a good bargain recently. Haven’t had any real problems with reliability with the Sony discs.

    The fuzzy picture was I believe a result of the manufacture’s new coding and what AnyDVD did with it. It did take a longer than normal time to rip the disc as did the older version of DVDFab did so I knew as I watched Fabs progress meter I was going to have a problem. I always start with DVD Shrink after AnyDVD checks the disc and with AnyDVD I rarely have a problem and most time I just check for an update and that solves the issue.

    Update, I downloaded the newest DVDFab 8Q version 8.0.9.7 and I redid the rip and then use Shrink and all worked well and it is now clear. Now I have never had this type of problem with AnyDVD ripping but this movie presented something new. As they say “All's well that end’s well.”
     
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    The Sony disc are usually better quality over TDK. They both sub out the manufacturer now.
    I backed up the two movies you mentioned TRUE GRIT and JUST GO WITH IT with AnyDVD HD and CloneDVD 2 with no fuzz or other problems.
    The end results is all that matters.
     
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