Ripping and Burning DVD's

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by DeadEyeLachrymal, Sep 16, 2004.

  1. DeadEyeLachrymal

    DeadEyeLachrymal OSNN One Post Wonder

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    I need to know how to Rip DVD's onto my computer (I've heard you need a DVD Decrypter, which I have.)
    and I need to know how to Burn those files in order to make a DVD out of it. Anyone have a clue?

    Oh yeah, Anyone know how to be able to leave Movies they burn onto the computer to share with people?

    Anyone's comments will be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Tuffgong4

    Tuffgong4 The Donger Need Food!!!! Political User

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    delete the sharing part...that is illegal and not allowed here
     
  3. rushm001

    rushm001 In the beginning...... Political User

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    Please don't mutiple threads about the same thing please.

    Edit: Second post now deleted.
     
  4. rushm001

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  5. Lee

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    Ban him!
     
  6. DeadEyeLachrymal

    DeadEyeLachrymal OSNN One Post Wonder

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    "Violation of these guidelines will result in a warning being issued, persistent warnings will result in either a permanent or temporary ban. The action that is taken will depend on the severity of the violation."

    Get a life LEE.
     
  7. Hsn

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    Take it easy you two. :)
     
  8. rushm001

    rushm001 In the beginning...... Political User

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    What he said!:rolleyes:
     
  9. SPeedY_B

    SPeedY_B I may actually be insane.

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    The duplicate thread has been deleted. Quick note to those who posted in it: In the future don't. Duplicate threads will be removed, so any posts indicating it's a duplicate are quite simply; pointless.

    As for the question at hand, as you've noted the guidelines, I won't point them out again other than to say piracy and any activity linked to it is not allowed here. This includes the sharing of copyrighted material such as movies.
     
  10. Lee

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    I have one now if you want to take this outside then say so.
     
  11. LPDad

    LPDad OSNN Addict

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    1. Skip the "file-sharing" part. It will only get you into trouble.
    2. To backup a DVD that you own (I have kids and they manage to destroy DVDs):

    Everything you need and need to know can be found at www.dvdshrink.org

    The program is FREE, it is very easy to use, it is fast and flexible.
    Bear in mind that you will need about 12 GB of free disc space.
     
  12. SPeedY_B

    SPeedY_B I may actually be insane.

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    Give it a rest. Any more pathetic retorts from anyone in this thread will result in it being closed.
     
  13. Lee

    Lee OSNN Proxy

    what is it with peoples this evening, they lost their banter hat?
     
  14. paul2-0-0-2

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  15. allbusiness

    allbusiness on drukqs

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    goddamn it i wrote a nice post outlining how to do it and then the thread got deleted =\
     
  16. Mubbers

    Mubbers Shoot! Political User

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    Alcohol120% is good too. I tried the trial version recently on a DVD [I purchased legitimately] that the kids have wrecked.

    Both the Sony "Drag and Drop CD-DVD" utility and Shrink DVD would not copy it, however A'120% imaged the DVD as was and made a copy. Basically the other two utils on encountering the error just dump the process A'120% carried on and made the image with the error.

    OK so the error was still there but the film is now on a new disk with no scratches, jam or glue!!

    I'd definitely recommend A'120%. It's worth mentioning that I made the copy on the 1st attempt within about 2 minutes of installing the programme - it's simple to use and very logical.

    The trial version is available via majorgeeks.com, there don't seem to be any disabled features on the trial and infact I don't know what limitations the trial does have (time expire maybe???).

    Also it seems there are other DVD/CD utils with A'120% but I haven't got into it yet - virtual DVD drives seems to be a feature.

    Mubbers
     
  17. dreamliner77

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  18. Scott Thomas

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    Use DVD X Copy, it is extremely easy to use.
     
  19. Kush

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    thats probably becuase the dvd was encrypted, you should use dvd decrypter for that
     
  20. Kush

    Kush High On Life!

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    that program never worked for me well, also when it does, it puts a screen in the begining of the dvd that says that you copied the dvd using dvd x copy, and if i paid for a program i would not have that on a dvd, it ruins it! theres a crack out there to remove this screen. i still dont like this program though dvdshrink is the best now supports dvd-9 what else could you want?