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UNABLE TO BACK UP LONESOME DOVE W/ANYDVD & DVD2ONE

Discussion in 'DVD2One forum' started by DAVAR, Mar 12, 2005.

  1. DAVAR

    DAVAR Member

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    HAVE THIS DVD 6HRS LONG HAS 4PARTS 20CHAPTERS EACH PART CANT SEEM TO COPY BUT PART 1 & 3 NEED HELP
     
  2. andmerr

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    how about you stop the shouting, your giving me a headache!!!!!!!!
     
  3. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    yea .. ya might want to turn your caps lock off.
     
  4. DAVAR

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    sorry i didnt mean to shout
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    re-opened.

    @Nephilim,

    Cause his the other one was in dvd media.
     
  7. Nephilim

    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    You're gonna get a good spankin' for that one!
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    Dude ... PM!!!! That's what they're for :)
     
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    Use ClonDVD2 & AnyDVD (Latest versions) it works
     
  10. DAVAR

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    thanks MarKNZ i will try those in combo as i am now using anydvd dvd2one & nero express have not tried clone dvd i gues iwill have to get up to date
     
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    You shouldn't have any problem with DVD2One and AnyDVD -

    Iffin' Ya want to try something ne`w that won't cost you a dime, Use your AnyDVD with Nero's Recode2 in the Remake a DVD mode to do all of your editing while keeping your active menu. If you bought Nero, you aught to get your use out of it :p)

    You'll find that with it's slow encoding, you'll get much closer to the quality you're used too from using DVD2One.

    While CloneDVD2 is "pretty" (I like the sheep myself), compressing over 87% starts to lose something :(

    As I said, you paid for it, use it.

    There's a guide in my sig -

    Cheers,

    Pete
     
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    I tried clonedvd2 w/anydvd some time back and got message too big, so I used shrink and edited the back up and then for kicks I used easyvcd to encode and write it to a cd+r cd and works perfect in standalone player, the quality was adjusted to svcd for better picture and it is not noticeable to my eye than a dvd copy.
     
  13. DAVAR

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    thanks to every one who answered this thread i now have lonesome dove copied i used dvd decrypter and dvd shrink then nero well done thanks to all
     
  14. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Hey, I'm glad you're burning up a storm :)
    Why not consider this an invitation, stop on back, don't be a stranger, you're welcome even if you don't have problems to solve ~>
    You can just "Hang out" and read some, improve your knowledge, help others if you can spot their problem, "Three heads are better than Two." said the Cyclops to the Ogre. You can check out our forums on Photography, CD's, PS2's, X-box or Gamecube, Home Theater components, Or you could hang out in the "Safety Valve," a forum for gossiping about anything and everything under the sun :)
    Check de place out, you just might find a little something that'll interest you ~

    Me ? Hey, I'll be over there, out from under that broiling hot sun, under the "Potted" Palm, right next to the water cooler. Just chewin' the fat and waiting for the next Newbie who needs a bit "O" help - Stop by and say "Howdy" -

    I'll be lQQking forward to Sea'n you,

    Cheers my friend,

    Pete :p)

     
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    elizerroj Regular member

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    for episodes disc use shrink. it hadles them better.
     
  16. ScubaPete

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    For episodel discs using DVD Shrink, You should rip with DVDD in the ISO mode then burn to disc with DVDD in the ISO mode. Why ? Because when ripping in the file mode you just get the file structure (sometimes only getting the largest episode instead of all the episodes), whereas in the ISO mode, you get everything on the original disc.

    I use this recipe with all my episodel discs and never a bad one in the bunch.

    Beyond a doubt, the best program to use (in the one-click / easy type program) is DVD2One.

    My 2-cents,

    Cheers,
     

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