Queen Region 1 takes over 3 hours to copy???

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by gknyc, May 14, 2007.

  1. gknyc

    gknyc Member

    Using Clone DVD2 Ver 2.9.0.3 and AnyDvd 6.1.3.6.
    I don't recall any movie taking longer than 20-30 minutes to read before.
    Queen region 1 took me over 3 hours to read and 8 minutes to write back producing a good copy as far as I can tell. Has anyone has similar experiences with this movie???
     
  2. Franchise

    Franchise Well-Known Member

    You should update AnyDVD here and try it again. I'm not sure what version I used of AnyDVD, but I do know it was newer than 6.1.3.6 (well, maybe).
     
  3. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Well-Known Member

    Check if your DMA is enabled.
     
  4. Franchise

    Franchise Well-Known Member

    I would agree as well, but you're probably going to have to tell him how. I don't want to steal your thunder here. :)
     
  5. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Well-Known Member

    Steal away......:D
     
  6. Franchise

    Franchise Well-Known Member

  7. gknyc

    gknyc Member

    Update on Ultra DMA and clarification

    I have been using this hardware configuration and settings over a year. Currently installed version have been on over a month and number of other copies have been made where no disk ever took over 10 to 12 minutes to finish reading. I just finished another disk that tool only 10 minutes to complete reading.

    My DMA is enabled already and set to Ultra DMA 5.

    I suspect there may be a problem with the particular movie "Queen" and that was the point of the question.

    Thanks.
     
  8. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    There might be for a full disc backup, provided you're in region 2. However, people in region 2 didn't report that it took over 2 hours. Chances are there's an issue with your original disc (bad pressing, slightly warped, scratched, etc.) that's causing a long time to read properly.
     
  9. sparkym5

    sparkym5 Well-Known Member

    Queen region 2 movie only, 24mins in total to encode and burn to disc using AnyDvd 6.1.4.3 and CloneDvd 2.9.0.3.
     
  10. calcu007

    calcu007 Well-Known Member

    Ultra DMA 5 is for your hard disk. Did you check the setting for your dvd-rom?
     
  11. gknyc

    gknyc Member

    DVD-ROM set to DMA 2.
    Regardless of that, all other movies I backup take aroudn 10 minutes to complete. So, I don't think it is a DMA issue. I think I will buy the problematic disk angle since this is a stand-alone incident and the copy produced played just fine. Thanks.
     
  12. Mike

    Mike Member

    :clap: Hey thanks for that DMA information!!! :D
     
  13. Franchise

    Franchise Well-Known Member

    Anytime. We Mikes have to stick together or something...