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X-Men 3 The Last Stand

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by tl_mitch, Oct 3, 2006.

  1. Car.Mike

    Car.Mike Active member

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    LynsWil25,
    You problem is usually caused by the compatibility of the blank DVD Media and the specific player. Not all players can play the different name brand media. You can try if your burner allows you to to use DVD(+) blank medis to booktype the media to DVD-Rom. I have no problems using Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden blank media in any of my players.
     
  2. tl_mitch

    tl_mitch Member

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    @aabbccdd
    That's just a force of habbit for me to do it that way. I've never had any issues doing it that way. Anydvd is always running on my pc. I prefer to use dvd decrypter to rip to my hd first and then I use clonedvd to remove titles that I don't want. In the past, I've had some quality issues using clonedvd to rip to my hd and I don't like using it on the fly.

    Btw...
    I already have my software set up that way.. Thanks for the info though..
     
  3. cartjunky

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    Wow. It seems that only a handful of studio's are still keeping up with copy protection. This one was a cake walk.
     
  4. DakotaFan

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    Yeah, Basic Instinct 2 had a weird name too. Wasn't it Root_kit or something like that? I remember people were getting worried that putting that DVD in their drives would install the Sony root kit on their computers. Afterall, Basic Instinct 2 is a Sony release. lol
     
  5. aabbccdd

    aabbccdd Guest

    tl_mitch, you can also use the ripper in anydvd to get the file to your HD then use clonedvd 2 to transcode and burn saving you a step and time
     
  6. JOHNSTARR

    JOHNSTARR Regular member

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    I rubbed my blank disk and the original together and it copied. Doesn't get any easier than that!!
     
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    Stanford Bridge was a famous Viking/English battle in 1066. Guess whoever named the DVD was into that.
     
  8. Car.Mike

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    RedBurnn ,
    You are thinking "The Battle of Stamford Bridge" w/ Harold in 1066 and not Stanford Bridge the name of the movie. But this is a battle of good over evil so you could make the analogy there
     
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    Ahhh, thank's for the correction. Or maybe namer's a member of the Stanford Bridge club?
     
  10. saugmon

    saugmon Senior member

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    I watched my DL copy ,including extras, and not 1 single playback flaw. The advertisers on tv where claiming how good the alternate endings. I was disappointed.

    Is there a porno version of this movie. They can call it:

    C-men 3, Last "1 night" stand!!!! LOL

    Starring Jenna Jamison and Briana Banks.That would be hot!!!!!
     
  11. v00d00y

    v00d00y Member

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    From Wikipedia:
    My DVD only had 10 + the 3 alternate endings. Anyone checked if they got one of the lucky discs? :)
     
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    Haven't bought a copy yet, but rented from my local store yesterday. Popped disc in to enjoy with my son and was pi$$ed to find there is Macrovision, or similar, on the disc that gives the proverbial green/blue vertical lines about every two minutes. Anyone else experience that? If the movie can be backed up so easily, why do they add something that only irritates the legal renter?
     
  13. aabbccdd

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    its a compatibility issue between your DVD player and the protection on the newer DVDs. is it an older DVD player? time to update your standalone dvd player
     
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  14. v00d00y

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    It will also happen if you are watching it using a PC through a TV out connector on alot of video cards. If that's what you are doing, you could give DVD Region+CSS Free a shot. Among other things, it can filter the Macrovision signal from the stream and allow it to play on your TV fine.
     
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    @v00d00y
    Txs for the tip of the deleted scenes!
    Checked my disc and it's got 21 deleted scenes and the 3 alternate endings.
     
  16. budman99

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    aabbccdd,
    Yeah, I guess it's older (how time flies ...). It is approx. 4 years old. Time to update - maybe a new up-conversion model.

    Thanks for the response.
     

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