AnyDVD and Shrink with Open Season

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by duboiss1, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. duboiss1

    duboiss1 New Member

    Hi everyone I got Open Season to work using the latest anydvd but had to use dvd shrink 2.3. Give it a try.

    Win XP
    Benq burner
  2. darylb

    darylb New Member

    Why didn't you use CloneDVD2 instead of DVD Shrink? I myself like CloneDVD2 used in conjunction with AnyDVD and it works everytime.....
  3. trussme

    trussme Well-Known Member

    You Did??

    Didn't you mean Shrink "3.2" ?... I tried the same procedure 3 times & kept getting "failed to read file "F:\"....when I tried to use my 3.2 version of Shrink with Any Dvd 6114... must that BenQ burner you have? :clap:
  4. duboiss1

    duboiss1 New Member

    No I found an old version of Shrink 2.3, 3.2 would not work.
  5. duboiss1

    duboiss1 New Member

    Does clone dvd2 pick apart the movie like shrink?
  6. trussme

    trussme Well-Known Member

    Well, I'll be....

    ....doesn't that blow your mind. At least we know that an older (but wiser?)Shrink will work with I'll stay up nights wondering "why"...:doh:
  7. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    Doesn't that just frost your ass to no end?? <sigh>


    RAMROD Well-Known Member

    anydvd and clonedvd2 and open season

    i used anydvd and clonedvd2 to backup open season it worked great on the whole dvd movie, menu and all special features :clap:
  9. redc22

    redc22 Member

    I used anydvd and and shrink 3.1 for Open Season. I click on the jump to main movie in anydvd to bypass the error, then you can unclick it and shrink 3.1 will work.
  10. dlw4143

    dlw4143 Active Member

  11. Skizzo

    Skizzo Member

    Didn't work for me, the last 2 scenes are choppy.
  12. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    This a poor quality blank media issue or burn speed problem (too fast)
    Burn quality issues are notorious towards the end of blanks.
  13. Bogdog

    Bogdog New Member

    Saw3 and open season

    ripit4 me will decript shrink and burn saw3 & open season.

    You should have dvd decrypter and dvd shrink insalled first.

    What it dose is use decripter & shrink whith its own keys.

    I love any dvd but lately it's not up to par, ripit4 me tells you to turn any dvd off in order to work.

    Latest version down load the insaller version it istalls all you need exept
    dvd decypter and shrink.
    it's free.

    It works try it.
    Last edited: Feb 2, 2007
  14. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I think AnyDVD is totally "up to par". Shrink while being the best in days past is totally unsupported and has not had an update for a long time. AnyDVD works seemlessly with 99% percent of the programs out there. What you people who propose Ripit4me do not say is that is takes almost 1hour and change to backup a movie that I can do in 20 minutes with AnyDVD and CloneDVD2. My time is worth money, if I have to waste over an hour of it to use Shrink then its a losing battle. But if you have time to waste, well then , go for it. Just my personal opinion.;)
  15. CRASH

    CRASH New Member

    No Problem Backing Up

    I used AnyDVD and CloneDVD2 to backup R1 of Open Season, The Marine and Flyboys the whole disc menu and all with no problem
  16. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    Mr. Fox,
    In all due fairness to the venerable Shrink, could you please deliniate specificly WHAT "support" Shrink needs (ASIDE from copy protection issues) in order to be able to continue to function as the premier *free* ripper/shrinker for the DVD5 and DVD9 format (that are way older than Shrink)? Exactly *what* update does it need again?? Seriously....

    Until 2 weeks ago, AnyDVD worked seemlessly with Shrink 100% of the time. A couple new COPY PROTECTIONS seem to have (temporarily I pray) changed that. And I quibble with the 99% number. Count people , not programs. At least 50% of the people I know (and who've posted here with troubles) use Shrink as thier front line ripper/reduxer. And most of the people I know using Shrink use (and love) AnyDVD. I'd bet if you did a poll you'd find a very large minority (or small majority even) of your AnyDVD customers (that aren't using CloneDVD) - are using Shrink.

    I don't know about "up to par", but a "new" AnyDVD that suddenly fails to work with Shrink (which remains a de-facto standard program despite it's lack of uneeded supprt)) is a *different* AnyDVD than it used to be before Saw3 and Open Season.

    Last edited: Feb 4, 2007
  17. Redskin

    Redskin Member

    Saw 3 and open season also employee of the month errors

    First off any dvd is a great program to use to rip decode all of your dvd,s they keep in touch with you and let you know or inform you of the latest downloads.
    But there seems to be some new copy protection thats keeping some dvd,s from not being able to be copied.
    I did use dvd shrink 2.3 its very old yes I have all the newer ones as well I ripped with 2.3 it gave me a error i re-author it main title the biggest file backed it up and it works fine for all the above said movies.

    Again thank you slysoft for this forum and happy ripping:)

    PS for the most part its a 1 percent problem with newer dvds mostly from liongate films that I have come across
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 4, 2007
  18. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Please do not offer to email or pm programs to Slysoft forum users

    To protect our Slysoft forum members against potential trojans or viruses, please do not advertise to send them programs. Thank you. :policeman:
  19. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    On the subject of Shrink, I'm pretty sure we have discussed this on another board (or at least, someone else has presented the same argument as you have). Our argument eventually becomes very circular, and I doubt we see completely eye to eye. I recognize what Clonedvd2 can do better than Shrink and vice versa. Both programs have their respective weaknesses and strengths (as do most programs). One criterion for judgement, I would argue, deals with the strict adherence to dvd-video compliance (structure/standards). But I'm not interested in debating this further (it's pointless to me and smacks of what snide onlookers might describe as fanboy egostroking).

    Regardless, I think, really, instead of all this finger pointing at various programs, the real venom should be directed towards the protections that limit legitimate buyers from the fair use provision in some countries, which allows customers to legitimately back up their purchases. The Anydvd/Clonedvd2 products offer Slysoft customers the capacity to do so quickly and easily (in addition to the other benefits Anydvd offers to HTPC users). And hopefully, after development of Anydvd HD-DVD has lessened, James or another Slysoft developer will take a look at the Anydvd/Shrink issue with this latest Sony nonsense; I believe you probably are correct in that many Anydvd owners are probably also Shrink fans or users. Certainly, you are not alone.
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2007
  20. trussme

    trussme Well-Known Member

    AnyDVD Customers Unable to Use Shrink..

    Webslinger, in customer service businesses (hope that includes Slysoft) it is the mission of management to first address the needs of frustrated customers (AnyDVD customers using Shrink) as their 1st priority rather than in the "development of new products". Take care of the "Customer 1st"...this Sony issue (minute as it is) has put Moderaters in positions as "Defenders" my 42 years in business, I always put "the customer first"....I will wait patiently while the James Gang gets around to addressing this issue. But, had to get this point off my's a matter of priorities: who or what comes first? BTW, I can handle life without back up copies of Saw3 or Open Season. :agree: