PI on Clone DVD2

Discussion in 'CloneDVD' started by noneya, Nov 8, 2019 at 12:34 PM.

  1. noneya

    noneya Member

    Using Clone DVD2, Windows 7. Disc is freshly cleaned. Plays fine.

    The title of the disc and its country of origin?

    Title is "Pi" The disc plays fine on the computer.

    The question, "county of origin" is too vague.
    If you mean which region, it plays on a machine made for the United States.
    I don't know how to determine anything more specific than that as to region.

    What you are trying to do or setting you wanted to use when the error occurred

    Trying to make a copy.
    Output method selected is DVD writer.
    Speed selected is 4x

    IMPORTANT: what is the error message?

    Parapharsed, it says:

    "Creation of DVD files was not successful
    unexpected error
    Please be sure that all input files are available and that they represent a properly mastered DVD.
    If you are confident that this error shoule not happen, please check for a newer version of CloneDVD2 at http www.elby.ch.
    If the error persists, please send the follwing information to bugs@elby.
    1. current log
    2. title and region code
    3. IFO files of source DVD

    Thanks in advance, etc."

    I don't know what an input file is or how to determine whether or not it is "available".
    or "properly mastered".
    Already checked for a new version, pretty sure this CloneDVD is up to date.

    Screen shot and Log file are attached.

    I cannot afford a new version of AnyDVD, please don't aggravate me by
    saying that is the solution. I live on less than 12 thousand a year.
     

    Attached Files:

  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Your AnyDVD version is from March 2013. It is very old. And please create a logfile from the original, not a DVD+R copy.
     
  3. noneya

    noneya Member

    I was aware that it was old. I don't have the original PI any more. In a few days, I will post logfiles of the other things, from originals, that won't work.
     
  4. mike20021969

    mike20021969 Well-Known Member

    @noneya If you had a lifetime license for SlySoft's(!) AnyDVD (HD), I have good news: You can upgrade to the slightly less ancient 7.6.9.5 :cool:
    Link below.
     
  5. noneya

    noneya Member

    I believe I did have a lifetime license, but I have almost zero knowledge of computers, and don't know how or where to find
    my product key, or whatever it is called.
     
  6. FurryGuy

    FurryGuy Well-Known Member

    If you didn't buy a newer RedFox license you won't be able to update your AnyDVD to a RedFox version. You will only be able to use SlySoft version 7.6.9.5.

    SlySoft AnyDVD is still old so likely won't be able to decrypt newer DVDs, and if you want Blu-ray capability the online database is not accessible in a SlySoft version.