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The Mick 2 DVD set re: DVD Shrink ripping

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  1. free377

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    Trying to back up my DVD copy of The Mick Series 2, a set that is manufactured on burned DVDs (not the regular method). DVD Shrink read Disc 1 fine, but neither Shrink nor others will read Discs 2 and 3, it crashes mostly every ripping program, and sometimes on Shrink shows audio and video folders where the titles would appear usually under the "Re-author" tab. HD DVD FabDecrypter, same thing. Any ideas on other free rippers to use, or a workaround on this problem? Also, when OPENing the DVD to view files, no large files are visible, but the disc plays fine in computers and the DVD player. Any ideas? Thank you for reading!
     
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    Since it's a burned disk, presumably there is no protection?
    Have you tried to simply drag the VIDEO_TS folder from the disk to the desktop or have the likes of ImgBurn create an .iso file from the dvd?
     
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    There evidently IS protection, or, nothing else works. Tried both suggested ways, yes. Also when viewing contents, no large files show, but then viewing through ImgBurn, they are on there, but I cannot swipe over or do anything with them. Disc 1 worked on DVDShrink normally.
     
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    Tried on 6 drives, btw, desktops, laptops, external.
     
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    Try MakeMKV.
    It can remove protections and the video and audio are copied as is without re-encoding.

    https://www.makemkv.com/
     
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    will try! is the output dvd files pr mkv only? i want dvd files. thank you!
     
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    bull*hit program, cannot find newest, says too old, tc, Scam.
     
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    Got the code, it works, but mkv is of no use to me. I can get good mp4 versions from watchseries if I wanted that; I wanted DVD files. Thanks anyway.
     
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    The video files in the MKV are mpeg2 and I assume AC3, a dvd authoring program can use the files to create a new dvd without losing any quality.
    AVStoDVD comes to mind.
     
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    Hey thanks! Is AVS DVD free and a full-use program, or only for 5-10 minute or so clips?
     
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    wont work
    missing a MSCOMCTL.OCX and no way can get ot to work, tried too long as it is.
    other programs? can i use imgburn? Xmedia recode?
     
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    I have a new laptop, set up but unused I bought 2 years ago--does Win 10 have a way to do that? A few details please?
     
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    I don't use Win 10, so I don't know if it will run under it..
     
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    huh? You suggested it. is it likely it would change mp4 mkv avi to DVD files? Why say Windows 10 then?
     
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    Does the disc play in media player no point in ripping a damaged disc that may have bad sectors

    If it works in the dvd player have you tried dvdfab version 8 to rip or try avydvd .If either of these two don't work it'll be a case of either the disc is the issue or your dvd ripper drive

    Attar mentioned windows 10 because the error message appears on win 10
     
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    plays fine on computer and dvd player
    tried dvd fab up to 9, crashes each one
     
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    Only one left is anydvd not the new crap anyfox or whatever they renamed themselves .If anydvd fails i'm out of ideas or why it's happening
     
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    What ScorpNZ said! Just download the SlyFox version of AnyDVD, and rip with it. Since the company has renamed itself and disavowed SlyFox the older version of AnyDVD is now implied to be free. It uses a registry executable to register the program but all versions should have a fully functional trial period. Oldversion.com has it listed for download.

    http://www.oldversion.com/windows/anydvd/
     

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