Movies that may require AnyDVD ripper if you're not using CloneDVD and CloneCD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Webslinger, May 2, 2007.

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  1. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    *Recode users are out of luck with full disc Region 1 backups of many recent releases. Tell Nero to fix their program. Recode simply cannot handle disc structures containing a lot of title-sets, even if they contain valid material. Recode has been broken in this respect from (at least) version 2.5.4.0 onwards. The program simply hangs.

    Ensure you're using the latest version of Anydvd. Verify that here http://www.slysoft.com/en/download.html

    First, all of the titles mentioned in this thread work perfectly fine with Slysoft products without having to use Anydvd ripper: Anydvd + Clonedvd / mobile or Anydvd + Clonecd.

    Shrink 3.2 cannot handle the wacky nonsense dvd structures that Paramount, Sony/Lionsgate, New Line, and some other companies produce on some of their releases. And Anydvd cannot alter these crazy structures/Vobs on the fly for Shrink 3.2. And as the studios gallop forward with such things these products fall more and more behind.

    Products like Shrink, 123, DVD X Copy, 1Click, Nero, and some other products will fail with "Disc error", "fail to read from drive...." or "encrypted" or "Overlap", "dvd structure appears to be corrupt, "this dvd can not be read. please try another dvd." or whatever.

    This is the business-as-usual scenario, to mean you'll need to use the "rip video...." option on the right mouse menu on the AnyDVD tray fox and then burn from the Hard Drive and NOT the DVD.

    That's what Anydvd Ripper is for when backing up DVDs ( "Rip video-dvd to Hard Disk").

    Sorry, it's their problem not ours. CloneDVD2 users do not have this issue.

    If you're NOT using CloneDVD2 then right-click on the fox icon on your system tray, and select "Rip video-dvd to Hard Disk". Then burn from the hard drive and NOT the DVD.

    Again, if you're using Clonedvd or Clonecd, there's no need to be using Anydvd ripper.
     
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