Discussion in 'DVDR' started by notenut, Apr 6, 2005.
need a straight responce on the diffrence between dvd+r,dvd-rw etc etc
At the top of this page click on 'Glossary' and your answers are there for you.
thank you...now I just wish I could get this thing to burn some movies..I have the decrypter but I cant seem to get it to do anything.I cant download tha adaptec thing because it says not to with what ever I have going on in my puter. I have that icopy dvd and the little green monster that is suspposed to allow it to decrypt the movie...I dont know what I AM DONG WRONg or missing....any help PLEASE!!!!thankyou
what movies are they?are they dvds or downloads?do you have a shrinking program?
there is a message at the bottom of the window of the decrypter that says it cant locate table of contents and I dont see any way to correct this Im stuck.its bad enuff that I bought software that does not work but now this.I know there has got to be an easyer way ...
um... are you copying dvds or downloaded movies?i could probably help if they are being copied from dvds.i dont know about downloaded movies.
its decrypting as I speak but I dont know what to do after ...I just cleared everything and started over.
I am not trying to copy downloaded movies .after I decrypt them nothing happens when I swich to write mode....well the icons swich and the panal to the right goes blank all the catagories under the source panal say unknown
if you got a dvd bigger than 4.5gb you are going to need dvd hrink unless your burn software shrinks (compresses) movie files down to 4.5gb.also i say this because dvd shrink also takes off most css encryptions too.i usually use dvd shrink exclusively for dvd backup.its free to download.ive heard some of the newest movies need dvd decrypter maybe in the last month or two releases.but a shrink program is necessary to fit movie on one dvd.do you have one?
I got everything srunk and swiched and it does everything up to the burn then tells me it cant locate the table of contents...so now I have a movie stored but not burned...well I think it is maybe it is incompleate I dont know but I seem to be stuck ....can anyone help me?
heres the official opinion even though it is dated slightly:
DVD Formats Explained
When DVD technology first appeared in households, users were simply popping DVD discs into their DVD players to watch movies - an option to the then-conventional VCR. But just as compact disc technology evolved so that users could record and erase and re-record data onto compact discs, the same is now true of DVDs. But with so many different formats -- DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-ROM -- how do users know which DVD format is compatible with their existing systems, and why are there so many different formats for DVDs? The following information sheds some light on DVD's different flavors, the differences between them and the incompatibility issues that the differing technologies have sprouted.
The crucial difference among the standards is based on which manufacturers adhere to which standards. Similar to the old VHS/Beta tape wars when VCRs first hit the markets, different manufacturers support different standards.
DVD+R and DVD+RW
DVD+R and DVD+RW formats are supported by Philips, Sony, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Ricoh, Yamaha and others.
DVD+R is a recordable DVD format similar to CD-R. A DVD+R can only record data once and then the data becomes permanent on the disc. The disc can not be recorded onto a second time.
DVD+RW is a re-recordable format similar to CD-RW. The data on a DVD+RW disc can be erased and recorded over numerous times without damaging the medium.
DVDs created by a +R/+RW device can be read by most commercial DVD-ROM players.
DVD-R, DVD-RW and DVD-RAM
These formats are supported by Panasonic, Toshiba, Apple Computer, Hitachi, NEC, Pioneer, Samsung and Sharp. These formats are also supported by the DVD Forum.
DVD-R is a recordable DVD format similar to CD-R and DVD+R. A DVD-R can only record data once and then the data becomes permanent on the disc. The disc can not be recorded onto a second time. There also are two additional standards for DVD-R disks: DVD-RG for general use, and DVD-RA for authoring, which is used for mastering DVD video or data and is not typically available to the general public.
DVD-RW is a re-recordable format similar to CD-RW or DVD+RW. The data on a DVD-RW disc can be erased and recorded over numerous times without damaging the medium.
DVDs created by a -R/-RW device can be read by most commercial DVD-ROM players.
DVD-RAM discs can be recorded and erased repeatedly but are only compatible with devices manufactured by the companies that support the DVD-RAM format. DVD-RAM discs are typically housed in cartridges.
DVD-ROM was the first DVD standard to hit the market and is a read-only format. The video or game content is burned onto the DVD once and the DVD will run on any DVD-ROM-equipped device.
For more information, see:
SmallBusinessComputing.com's Buyer's Guide for DVD Writers
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dvd decrytpter only burns iso images.never shrunk an iso image myself with out it being converted to file format.if your movie is in file format then you cant use dvd decrypter to burn them.
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