Correct way to rip DVDISO/BDISO using DVD Decrypter + AnyDVD?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by blacklash, May 17, 2018.

  1. blacklash

    blacklash Member

    I've read many different threads that offer different opinions about which options to disable or to leave alone on DVD Decrypter when using DVD Decrypter with AnyDVD. Does anyone know the correct settings to configure to make sure things are running properly when ripping to ISO for DVD/BD? Much appreciated

    Also, like DVD Decrypter, is it possible to get a log of the ripping session? Does RedFox have anything like this? If you're wondering what the log is, it details warnings and errors (if any), such as sector errors. Thank you.
     
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  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Why would you need 2 decryptors on the same source. Right-click fox tray icon, 'rip video dvd tot hard disk', done. Then use something like IMGBURN to turn the folder into an iso. No DVD decryptor needed. We can't assist with 3rd party products.

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  3. blacklash

    blacklash Member

    AnyDVD is great, don't get me wrong. I just prefer DVD Decrypter's presentation a bit more when it comes to its interface during the ripping process and log records after the rip.

    I heard AnyDVD's decryption can run in the background while using DVD Decrypter's interface to rip directly to ISO. Is there anyone who can give me the correct and offical sequence of steps to configure this?
     
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  4. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    No, as staff can't make an 'official procedure' to use with third party products like that. If you must have an iso, use Clonedvd 2's iso function. That's the only officially supported third party product.

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  5. blank

    blank Well-Known Member

    Are we talking about the tool by lightning uk?

    If so you can set it to use elbys driver and rip to image.
    Imgburn works the same way and has the same interface.
     
  6. blacklash

    blacklash Member

    Yes, I know you can use Elby with Decrypter by Lighting UK to rip, but there were many different opinions on which are the correct options to enable and disable. I just prefer the interface and the log style when it rips. It tells you everything you need to know about the rip session, like which sectors failed to read and etc. that makes it easier for me to go through. I just don't want any conflicting actions caused by settings on both programs to counteract each other.

    If anyone has experience and knowledge in using AnyDVD together with DVD Decrypter, it would be much appreciated.