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Use of DVDDecrypter + ANYDVD + COPY2DVD

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  1. sharjohn2

    sharjohn2 Member

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    Is this correct?

    First start AnyDVD, then DVDDecrypter to decrypt the dvd to a location on my hard drive?

    Second do I keep AnyDVD running then use DVD2One to shrink to another file on my hard drive? Is AnyDVD necessary or recommended to be running at same time as DVD2One to shrink?

    Third, do I have to have any other software running when I burn the DVD with Copy2DVD?
     
  2. bardie

    bardie Regular member

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    Firstly, what movie are you trying to burn?
    You may not need AnyDVD at all.
    DVD Decrypter should be able to handle all the latest protections.
    You should not have other programs running whilst burning, only the program which is doing the burn.
     
  3. sharjohn2

    sharjohn2 Member

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    I am trying to burn Forgotten. I was unable to view the copy I made, as it was all black. The previews and menus came up ok, just not the movie. I heard that DVD Decrypter had been updated prior to my trying this burn, but still no luck. I then read that I may need to have AnyDVD running in the background. Any recommendations are appreciated.
     
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    hursty Active member

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    dvd decrypter should rip this movie fine

    what settings have you used?

    set removal method to aggressive
    css cracking to brute force>i/o key exchange
     
  5. sharjohn2

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    Hursty, thank you, I will try these settings tonight. Do I need to run ANYDVD at the same time?

    Do you recomend DVD2One or DVD Shrink
     
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    hursty Active member

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    just leave anydvd on all the time,as long as you can see the little fox on the toolbar,its working

    it wont do any harm,it can only enhance the chance of ripping a dvd

    i always use dvd shrink.....because its free.

    see this,

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/158602
     
  7. jlrm365

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    The "AnyDVD / CloneDVD2" combo is already being covered in another thread:

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/157977

    I easily overcame several problems using that combo, without Decrypter.

    Shrink is simple also, but free, and so you could use that until you encounter other issues / error messages and then switch to the above combo.


    Also...


    The Forgotten uses a new brand of copy protection so do not expect to break it with the conventional applications.

    From a recent afterdawn.com newsletter, via ericbee in the following thread:

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/149212

    "A new version of SONY's DVD copy protection system ARccOS has been compromised. The protection is on the DVD version of the movie "The Forgotten" scheduled for DVD release on January 18th 2005. Today, January 17th, The new version of the popular tool AnyDVD by the Antiguan software company SlySoft, which eliminates this protection, was released. "We remove copy protections faster, than the movie industry can deploy them" says SlySoft's CEO Giancarlo Bettini very pleased. "Maybe the movie industry will start to reconsider using these useless copy protections. They cost money and may cause compatibility problems with the customer's equipment". "
     
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    hi guys,
    i will trying to burn "little black book" tonight but i was told that it contains new encryptions that only DVDDecrypter can do. But, from reading here it looks like DVD Decrypter is a software that runs in the back ground. Am I correct with that? So does that mean that DVDDecrypter will not read and burn the DVD. Do i really need more then one program. Can someone tell me briefly the way DVDDecrypter works. Also everyone is mentionning about DVD Shrink, i read that you loose lots of quality with that program...is that true? I presently use DVDXCopy platium, so can i still use it with DVDDecrypter in the back ground...can someone please shine some light on my situation it would be greatly appreciated....

    Thank you
     
  9. jlrm365

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    I have never understood why people go on about Decrypter as though it's the automatic answer. It doesn't always work. Read the previous post again and head on over to:

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/157977

    We've discussed a number of issues and more than one person has overcome issues with the "AnyDVD / CloneDVD2" combo, as discussed there!
     
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    I was able to burn Lil Black Box (movie title) wioth no problem using Decryp then Shrink
     
  11. jlrm365

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    Good. Some can, however several can't and it's a waste of time to get all upset about it when another combo will work. See the post previous to yours and check the link.
     
  12. wild77

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    Lots of people have had success with Decrypter and Shrink without the need for AnyDVD.Personally I have not found the need for it,go with whatever works for you.AnyDVD is probably the easier way around the new movies.One of these days I will get around to trying it out.
     
  13. jlrm365

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    Lots of people haven't had luck with Decrypter, as can be seen in any number of threads and posts.


    It is precisely because people should go with what works that there is a need for a good combo like the one discussed above.

    Decrypter has its ardent fans, but there can be no certainty.

    "AnyDVD is probably the easier way around the new movies"
    It is. In a recent afterdawn article, I believe Sony makes reference to it and there is a comment from the AnyDVD chief man, saying that his company can break the encryption faster than it can be made... so it should not be made, as it messes up people's hardware setups.

    True.
     

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