Got the trial version

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Canucker6, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. Canucker6

    Canucker6 New Member

    I got the trail version on Anydvd, and well I am still having trouble backing up my movies. I get them on my hd ripping them with Anydvd, but then when I go to use shrink, it can't open them or I end up getting a error about shrink doesn't have the memory space storage or something like that, any thoughts?
     
  2. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

  3. lordvader

    lordvader Active Member

    Try This!!

    Do not first rip with AnyDVD! Download DVD decrypter (free), then open Shrink( Provided it's not SAW 3 or THE GRUDGE 2 or some brand new encrypted hard one) and let it anaylize the movie! If the bar on top is all green your golden! If there is some red , start unchecking useless stuff to you, like french subtitles etc, till it is all green! MAKE SURE AnyDVD is on and leave it alone! It will do it's thing in the background. When movie is encoded, it will ask if to burn with DVD Decrypter . Select yes! Whala, a backed up movie! Worked for me and still does to this day!!
     
  4. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Download the trial version of CloneDVD2 and use that with AnyDVD andyou have 21 days of free trial to let us know how you make out.
     
  5. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    Or you can use CloneDVD. But this is not likely related to the poster's actual problem.
     
  6. khlb

    khlb Well-Known Member

    I highlighted a part of the thread starter’s initial post.
    I am thinking some hard drive clean-up is in order. Basically this line hints that the thread starter has not enough storage space to save the compressed VOB-files.

    Also run a Scan Disk to fix lost clusters – and regain some disk space.
     
  7. GreyyFoxx_53

    GreyyFoxx_53 Member

    Burning problems

    Here's what to do....leave AnyDVD alone...it does it's own thing...when you insert a Movie....watch for the fox on your taskbar to fade and then come back, then, only if your movie is longer than 2hrs and 10 min. use Shrink..making a folder to copy the files to. You don't need a Decryter just get CloneDVD2 ....if a movie doest have to be shrunk I burn directly thru CloneDVD..if it is shrunk...just use CloneDVD...browse for that folder and burn as you would regularly.....hope this helps...gl.
     
  8. whatever_gong82

    whatever_gong82 Well-Known Member

    I hope that he (the guy that started this thread) gets his movie working.

    I've had problems with Click a week ago, and did just what one of the other posters suggested, used CloneDVD2, and then DVD Shrink to put the files to 4.38 GB, burned the DVD, and even created an ISO copy of the movie for a backup, and that took care of all of my problems.