Backing-up DVD-A

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Customer_1, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. Customer_1

    Customer_1 Member

    I've been unable to back-up my DVD-A discs, to include their 192KHz 24-bit stereo tracks, although the DVD-V Dolby Stereo and 5.1 tracks are duplicated. I am using current versions AnyDVD and Nero 7 Ultra, both have performed back-ups of DVD videos without diffculty, but are not able to deal with DVD-A.

    What can I use to accomplish DVD-A back-ups?

    Thank you.
  2. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    To my knowledge, nothing has changed to allow a Slysoft product to back-up these discs. See this thread.
  3. Customer_1

    Customer_1 Member

    Okay, too bad. Thanks for the link to this thread, I've passed it on to others attempting to do the same thing... hopefully it will prevent further coasters.
  4. dulejov

    dulejov Member

    I know one software for DVD-Audio

    First, sorry for my English.
    I am reg. user of many software, like CloneDVD, AnyDVD, DVDFab Platinum, etc...
    From July 20th, 2007 DVDFab Platinum can copy DVD-Audio.
    I hope that I can mention another software in this thread.
  5. Customer_1

    Customer_1 Member

    Thanks for the tip, it's an interesting application. However, the best I can do with it is to generate a DVD-A "Clone" that stops on every track, about every 14 seconds with an error reported by the DVD-A player saying "This track is error." This occurs on all three of my DVD-A players, with both discs I tried to back-up, using "Full Disc" and "Clone" modes. 1.) Hotel California and 2.) Diana Krall Love Scenes.

    It would appear that DVDFab Platinum v3.1.5.0 needs more work. Four more coasters.:(
  6. dulejov

    dulejov Member

    another software

    I found on net DVD-A ripper 99F. Well, not on internet. It is very hard to find. Maybe on tor...
    Sorry for my english
    I wll send url to everyone who want it. PM.