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What to use for DVD encryption

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by tbowling, Sep 10, 2004.

  1. tbowling

    tbowling Member

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    I am using X-Copy Platinum, and every now and then, I get a TS-Video message or a CSS encryption message. What can I use to get past these messages. I usually get them when I try to burn my kids Disney DVD's
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    XCopy doesn't do Disney movies .. or at least do them well. You could use AnyDVD($39) with XCopy to remove any encryptions or region codes.

    You really should try DVD Shrink and DVD Decrypter
     
  3. negatyve

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    I agree with flip on using dvd decryptor & dvd shrink. dvdxcopy is extremely buggy software. I understand that it's easy to use for the novice, however dvd decryptor & dvd shrink are both freeware AND extremely stable and are not that much more difficult to use.

    I have made countless backups with this method and I have never once had a single problem at all! Check out the "guides" section of afterdawn.com for a guide on backing up dvd-9 with dvd shrink for complete instructions, however it shouldn't be difficult at all to figure out on your own!
     

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