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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-20-2009, 04:37 AM Thread Starter
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dvd ripping

does anyone know how to clone a dvd with all the menus and the movie itself?
I need this to play on a conventional dvd player....

ive been treid many softwares imtoo, avs, nero...but i cant get the original menus...only the video is being implemented...

help?

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Re: dvd ripping

i use to use anydvd as a decoder, and clone dvd as my ripper.....

worked for me.....

then i stopped putting menus on as it took up space and reduced burn quality


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Re: dvd ripping

so it worked exactly the same as the original dvd on the dvd player right?

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Re: dvd ripping

i use DVDFab...it has options to copy the movie into 1x DVD or multi-DVDs (if you dont plan on burning to DVDR DL)...you even get to choose which you want on which disc.





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Re: dvd ripping

im trying to use that right now.....hope it works....

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Re: dvd ripping

Yup, DVDfab decrypter is what I used on the old windows computer. Now I use k9 copy on our ubuntu computer.


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Re: dvd ripping

well everything goes smooth until everything is done.

i tried playing it on my dvd drive and it doesnt read...its just freezes my computer until i eject the dvd...
this also happens with all the other programs i use....

know what im doing wrong?...wrong dvd type? dvd decrypter and clone dvd

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Re: dvd ripping

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i use to use anydvd as a decoder, and clone dvd as my ripper.....

worked for me.....

then i stopped putting menus on as it took up space and reduced burn quality
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Re: dvd ripping

nvm....
it works now...

only issues is...it works on certain dvd players only....which is strange..

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Re: dvd ripping

certain DVD Players can read certain types of DVD

my apex can play it all, DVD-R, DVD+R, CDR (VCD and SVCD), CDRW (VCD and SVCD) and DVD
my toshiba only plays DVD+R, CDR (VCD and SVCD), and DVD

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