Can't make backup of Finding Nemo

Discussion in 'CloneDVD' started by jemartindsl, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. jemartindsl

    jemartindsl New Member

    This is the only title I can't think of that will not make a usable backup for me. It completes without error but playback shows the directors and won't play the movie. After AnyDVD scans the disk, I get an error message about not being able to detect all of the CSS encryption on the disk. It says it may not playback correctly and that is right.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. BenGurion

    BenGurion Well-Known Member

    can you show us a screenshot of the error?
     
  3. zeze4u

    zeze4u New Member

    Nemo backup trouble

    I also have a problem with backing up "Nemo".
    I backed up only the main movie (with DVD Shrink), but when I try to record it with Nero, it gives an error saying there is a file that has more than 2gb, and Nero 6 cannot record it in a DVD using ISO format; it says to use UDP format instead. I cannot do this with Nero.
    Then I tried another recording software, and it records fine, but the result doesn't appear to be a DVD disc (although I selected the right Project type), since it opens in the DVD drive as a data disc, and doesn't play with the living room DVD player and neither with PowerDVD.
    I'm using DVD+R and always used those DVD discs with no trouble.

    Finally, after some research, I found around the net some articles saying the "Finding Nemo" DVD had some kind of anti-copying protection, and the procedures to get around it, but it looked TOOOO damn complicated; and believe me: I'm a gifted PC USer :)

    Does anyone know a way around this??

    Thanks,
    Best Regards
     
  4. zeze4u

    zeze4u New Member

    I've not seen this thread was about CloneDVD.
    Sorry about that.
    Anyway, the bottom line is the same, I guess...
     
  5. customshopkv1

    customshopkv1 Well-Known Member

    I backed-up Nemo using AnyDVD and CloneDVD2 a long time ago. I don't recall any problems.
     
  6. zeze4u

    zeze4u New Member

    thanks,
    i'll try that and report how it went.
     
  7. jemartindsl

    jemartindsl New Member

    Sorry don't have the screen shot

    The error message also contains info about a region problem mentioning RCP2 (I think). It advises that to prevent this error set my DVD player's region to match that of the DVD. I tried setting it to region 2 and still got the same error.
     
  8. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    You must exit Anydvd when setting the region code of the drive.
     
  9. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator