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Copy a DVD-r

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Noamos, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. Noamos

    Noamos Regular member

    Jan 12, 2005
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    I just some advise or suggested software that would burn dvd-r dvds. I have tried Nero and DVD x copy so if anyone can help I would appreciate it. thanks again
  2. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

    Mar 13, 2003
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    1. DVD Shrink (ver. 3.2) ISO mode + DVD Decrypter, ISO write mode (FREE)

    2. DVD Shrink (ver 3.2) + Nero (ver 6, Ultra Edition)

    3. DVD Shrink (ver 3.2) + CopyToDVD

    4. AnyDVD or DVD43 + DVD2One + CopyToDVD

    5. AnyDVD or DVD43 + CloneDVD2 (elby)

    6. AnyDVD or DVD43 + Nero Recode 2

    7. DVD Decrypter in the ISO read mode + DVD Decrypter in the ISO write mode

    8. AnyDVD or DVD43 + Nero Express (copy Disc to Disc)

    9. DVD XCopy Xpress (Pre RF versions) (ver. 2.5.1, 3.0, 3.2.1) + Gone321

    10. DVD XCopy Original (ver 1.5.0, 1.5.2) - (Pre RF versions)

    11. DVD XCopy Platinum (RF using the "321RIP" patch)

    12. DVD Decrypter (File Mode) + DVDCopy2 (InterVideo - fast w/ excellent quality)

    13. DVD Decrypter + dvd Santa

    14. AnyDVD + dvd Santa

    15. AnyDVD + CloneDVD (.net not elby)
    (Little or no compression, it's a poor proggy, DO NOT PURCHASE)


  3. saugmon

    saugmon Senior member

    Oct 9, 2004
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    You have the nero, try dvd shrink . It is a high quality FREE program and works well with nero 6.0 and higher. Both do the trick for me.

    Many xcopy users have switched to dvd shrink . Just click on the blue links. Also check out the many guides in the guides tab, user guides forum, and many other places here at ad. Scuba pete and bbmayo have great guides.

    Dvd decrypter is also free: It is a more powerful ripper and has a burn engine. On small dvd backups it is a lot quicker. The larger movies you still have to go to dvd shrink to compress the iso files to fit on standard 4.5 gig disc.

    Good Luck

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