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DVDFab Official/Beta release thread (post updates here)

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by LOCOENG, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. ZoSoIV

    ZoSoIV Regular member

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    no it was just me and my cool logo LMAO !!
     
  2. dr_ml422

    dr_ml422 Regular member

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    I hear you zo. I was just thinking about how I 1st started, and didn't take the suggestions that were given. I ended up taking all of them sooner or later. 1 of them was using quality media. Lol...
     
  3. dr_ml422

    dr_ml422 Regular member

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    Excuse the double post. I just finished backing up my copy of T2 and here's the log. Now anyone know why a old flic would take over a 1/2 hour w/the latest Fab? Thnx.

    2009-09-30 18:23:20 ---- ******************** Log session stop 30-Sep 18:23:20.937 PID 1796********************
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info Current Drive selected : 0:0:0 - PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-112D 1.28 [D] (Ide)
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info Using Advanced SPTI interface
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info System default language : English (United States)
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info User default language : English (United States)
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info DLL Version : 4.0.4.462
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info DLL : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 6\vso_hwe.dll
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info Version : 6, 0, 7, 0
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info ExeName : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 6\DVDFab.exe
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 Info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (Build 2600: Service Pack 3)
    2009-09-30 18:22:27 ---- ******************** Log session start 30-Sep 18:22:27.921 PID 1796********************


    2009-09-30 18:22:22 ---- ******************** Log session stop 30-Sep 18:22:22.062 PID 1624********************
    2009-09-30 18:19:21 Info Writable disc Hard Disc inserted. Ready to write
    2009-09-30 18:19:19 Info WRITE SUCCESS: Disc written
    2009-09-30 18:16:19 Info Scanned files #9, folder #2 - total size 4689303552 b. (4.37 Gb.)
    2009-09-30 18:16:19 Info Inserted media type : Hard Disc
    2009-09-30 18:16:19 Info Write started
    2009-09-30 18:16:18 Info New ISO path selected : F:\MY ImgBurn ISO's\TERMINATOR2.iso
    2009-09-30 17:44:41 Info Writable disc Hard Disc inserted. Ready to write
    2009-09-30 17:44:40 Info WRITE SUCCESS: Disc written
    2009-09-30 17:41:52 Info Scanned files #22, folder #2 - total size 4326725632 b. (4.03 Gb.)
    2009-09-30 17:41:52 Info Inserted media type : Hard Disc
    2009-09-30 17:41:52 Info Write started
    2009-09-30 17:41:50 Info New ISO path selected : F:\MY ImgBurn ISO's\FOOD_OF_THE_GODS.iso
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info Current Drive selected : 0:0:0 - PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-112D 1.28 [D] (Ide)
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info Using Advanced SPTI interface
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info System default language : English (United States)
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info User default language : English (United States)
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info DLL Version : 4.0.4.462
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info DLL : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 6\vso_hwe.dll
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info Version : 6, 0, 7, 0
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info ExeName : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 6\DVDFab.exe
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 Info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (Build 2600: Service Pack 3)
    2009-09-30 17:33:01 ---- ******************** Log session start 30-Sep 17:33:01.812 PID 1624********************


    2009-09-22 00:11:31 ---- ******************** Log session stop 22-Sep 00:11:31.437 PID 1472********************
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info Current Drive selected : 0:0:0 - PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-112D 1.28 [D] (Ide)
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info Using Advanced SPTI interface
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info System default language : English (United States)
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info User default language : English (United States)
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info DLL Version : 4.0.4.462
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info DLL : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 6\vso_hwe.dll
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info Version : 6, 0, 7, 0
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info ExeName : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 6\DVDFab.exe
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 Info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (Build 2600: Service Pack 3)
    2009-09-22 00:10:36 ---- ******************** Log session start 22-Sep 00:10:36.453 PID 1472********************


    I did have enable read ahead cache unchecked, but that shouldn't be a issue I think. I searched for the ifo files. I think that's their name. Anyhow, please reply w/any input. Thnx.
     
  4. jhill1023

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    dr_ml422,

    I tried to ignore your condescending responses, but you want to keep taking a snips at me. Please don't assume that your status on this forum as a "Member" and mine as just a "Newbie" as meaning that Im new to this game or that you have some superior knowledge over me and my abilities.

    I appreciate your and others response to my question, but just so you understand the point of my post, my question was a MJ question, not a question about backing up DVD's, It was for the software developers of DVDFab to see if they had any other members reporting they had problems with their MJ's working with DVDFab.

    The reason I thought your answer was phrased funny is because you came across to me as condescending. I thanked you all for the responses you gave because I didn't want to be rude by dismissing the obvious suggestions from the board that I had already tried before I had ever posted my question in the first place. I was happy that guys took the time to respond to me, but your response seemed a little snippy. In fact you said this:

    "

    and


    Maybe Im imagining things, but your post seemed a little snippy... For the most part, everyone gave great suggestions, but I know how to disable a port and use the front USB v/s the back one's. Im not here looking for a fight, I've been lurking on this board and others for a long time, I just never signed up, figured Id start asking a few questions and became a member (Newbie)... There you go.

    Life is too short, can we just be friends???

    jhill
     
  5. rtm27

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    @jhill

    You might want to post your questions about majic jack on the CD Freaks forum, as one of the dvd fab devolpers posts there and responds quite frequently.

    http://www.cdfreaks.com/
     
  6. dr_ml422

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    @ jhill I have no issue w/you as a member or even being friends. We're all here to help each other. I also am not even close to some of the fellas here in their experience. Member status or not. I only pointed out that as some more experienced members including myself posted almost the same fix to your issue, you just totally went on until there was nothing left but take the suggestion anyway.

    No beef buddy. I'm not that kind of a guy. I'm a stand up person. just that Fab has nothing to do w/magic jack so that request was a lil off.

    Now a senior member has provided a link to the other site some of us frequent as well. That's about 4 of us already w/a good suggestion. It's not personal at all.


    Otn, I think the current stable version of fab has some bug where the 1st flic backed up will buzz right through, but the second 1 will take about a 1/2 hour to back up. This happened on both my 2yr. old Dell, and my Monster new build, so it's not the pcs. Also the flics were all different, including the second one that takes longer. I don't like trying the betas so I don't know if this was fixed in the last 2 beta updates.

    Any input greatly appreciated. I also checked and unchecked read ahead cache in both instances w/same reults.
     
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  7. Berryone

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    Hey Doc, I don't want to tell you What to do, but, if I were you I Would ask My Question on the Outside of this Thread. You May get more responses.
     
  8. 7thsinger

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    I would agree with Berryone.

    I think these type of questions, including jhills and the doc's are better suited in the open forum as opposed to here.

    Just my opinion though.
     
  9. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    I don't even know what Magic Jack is, hence i might be wrong but i don't know that it has any relevance to DVDFab...
     
  10. 7thsinger

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    The only relevance is that Magic-Jack can cause a conflict with both(?) DvdFab and AnyDVD.

    That being said, my knowledge of Magic-Jack is relatively limited as well.

    How's you Creakster?
     
  11. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm good thanks, just doing my rounds. I trust you and other fellow AD'ers are doing well
     
  12. dhardman

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    I think "Majic Jack" whatever it is should go to another forum because every time I get an update I'm thinking there is a new release for Fab & that's the reason I signed up for this thread. Not to hear folks going back & forth over minute issues that I know nothing about. Thread is titled "DVDFab Official/Beta release thread" I thought.
     
  13. creaky

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    Indeed, whatever Magic Jack is, it has no place in this Release thread, jhill1023 please start your own thread for this..
     
  14. Joleca

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    If I remember correctly, its kind of a "do-it-yourself" VOIP.. You pay for the hardware (not sure if they give you a phone # or not, or if you can port your existing phone #).. You plug it into a USB port on your computer, plug your phone in, and you can make and receive phone calls...

    Course, it'll only work when its plugged in or you have no phone.

     
  15. garmoon

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    @creaky

    Magic Jack is basically a free second phone line that uses your pc, I guess much like a Cox cable phone. You order a zippo lighter sized gizmo and plug it into any powered USB port and plug a phone in the other end of gizmo. The software opens immediately and sends you to it's planet where you give them the info they ask for and they assign you a phone number for any area code you might want. This gives you unlimited long distance service to US and I believe Canada. The first charge is $44 for gizmo. Then 13 months later if you like it it's $20 a year. That's $64 for first 2 years. about $2.60 a month. If you have someone in a foreign country you can buy two and that'll get you free long distance to the world where there is broadband. I keep mine unplugged so I get no one I want calling at odd hours. Can't tell the difference in my land line.

    It doesn't work properly with ANYDVD or DVDFab enabled-but has no problem with them not in use!
     
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    Dear all,

    DVDFab 6.1.1.2 Beta is out (October 12, 2009):

    http://www.dvdfab.com/download/DVDFab6112Beta.exe

    This version add the world's first all-in-one Blu-ray compression feature, and it is stable and safe for all users.

    What's New:

    DVDFab 6.1.1.2 Beta (October 12, 2009)

    New: Updated language files.

    > "Blu-ray to Blu-ray" option:
    New: Improved performance when analyzing Blu-ray.
    New: Added more info when compressing Blu-ray.
    Fix: A freeze problem when compressing Blu-ray.
    Fix: CUDA error problem when there are multiple m2ts files.

    Source:
    DVDFab is the all-in-one software package for copying Blu-ray/DVD and converting video file.
    http://www.dvdfab.com
     
  17. dr_ml422

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    My bad guys. Prolly in some other thread or a new one would be better my burning ? about the older flic. I just got caught up w/Fab's updates and recent issues. Otn, hope new version comes out soon.
     
  18. 7thsinger

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    DVDFab HD Decrypter 6.1.1.5 Beta

    DVDFab 6.1.1.5 Beta (October 15, 2009)

    New: Improved preview.
    New: Updated language files.

    > "Blu-ray to Blu-ray" option:
    New: Improved performance when opening Blu-ray.
    Fix: A crash problem caused by preview.

    http://www.dvdfab.com/download/DVDFab6115Beta_avangate-675.exe
     
  19. 7thsinger

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    DVDFab HD Decrypter 6.1.1.8 Beta

    DVDFab 6.1.1.8 Beta (October 20, 2009)

    New: Updated language files.

    > "Blu-ray to Blu-ray" option:
    New: Improved performance when opening Blu-ray, now it only need about 30 seconds to 1 minute to open a Blu-ray.
    Fix: A crash problem when compressing Blu-ray.
    Fix: A crash problem when opening Blu-ray.
    Fix: Several problems which cause Blu-ray cannot be opened.
    Fix: CUDA decoding error problem on certain video cards.
    Fix: DXVA decoding corrupt video problem.

    This should be the last beta version for new Blu-ray compression feature, it's very stable now, and we are ready to release it officially.

    http://www.dvdfab.com/download/DVDFab6185Beta_avangate-675.exe
     
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