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UER Forum > Private Boards Index > A/V Club > Copying DVD's (Viewed 2312 times)
Sinister Crayon 


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Copying DVD's
< on 7/4/2005 9:48 AM >
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I need to make 2 copies of ten dvds....fast.

What's a good program for doing this that doesn't take ages and doesn't crash halfway through. I have tried the following with no luck


  • ripping the VIDEO_TS + AUDIO_TS folders and burning them with nero as a dvd movie folder
  • used DVDXCOPY Platinum
  • Exact DVD copy with Nero


Now, some of the DVD's I have burn have worked, but they are all choppy and usually get a disc error in the first five minutes of play if I can even get to the title menu.

Right now I am trying to download WinAVI DVD Copy to try that. Scratch that. I couldn't even make the burn image before it errored out on me.



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luc 


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Re: Copying DVD's
< Reply # 1 on 7/9/2005 7:35 AM >
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dvd decrypter
if they are more than one dvd size and unless you have a dual layer burner you are gonna have to recompress it, i recommend you use dvd shrink
let me know if you have any problems figuring out how to get those running

ohh, by the way, your best bet is to rip it to an ISO with dvd decrypter, it'll be the easiest to handle




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Re: Copying DVD's
< Reply # 2 on 5/16/2007 7:12 PM >
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Posted by luc
dvd decrypter
if they are more than one dvd size and unless you have a dual layer burner you are gonna have to recompress it, i recommend you use dvd shrink
let me know if you have any problems figuring out how to get those running

ohh, by the way, your best bet is to rip it to an ISO with dvd decrypter, it'll be the easiest to handle


dvd shrink
found at doom9.net

if you get a "cycle registry error" with that use dvd fab then shrink




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Re: Copying DVD's
< Reply # 3 on 5/18/2007 3:14 AM >
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