Simpsons movie

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by studmonkey76, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. studmonkey76

    studmonkey76 Member

    I have a problem with backing up my simpsons some parts in the movie, the movie turns to black and white and seems like it pauses, but the sound in the background, restarts like its back at the begining of the movie...after a few minutes, the movie will continue like nothing is wrong...was this caused by anydvd? original played fine
  2. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    No. You selected the wrong titleset to backup in whatever program you used. You basically made the wrong selection in Clonedvd (if that's what you used), for example.
  3. soundping

    soundping Member

    I just did a back-up of The Simpsons movie.

    You'll see two titles, go for the smaller one.
  4. Slim

    Slim Member

    Has anybody backed up this movie leaving both titles in instead of choosing one or the other?
  5. fordman

    fordman Well-Known Member

    Yes, but I just did a full disc copy with DVD Decrypter to an image file. That keeps all the titles for the entire disc. If you're talking about copying just the main movie, then no.

    I tried forcing my the DVD Player software (both PowerDVD and Windows Media Player) to play the longer title, and it would just go back to the shorter (correct) title immediately.
  6. sparkym5

    sparkym5 Well-Known Member

    Have backed up the Region 2 UK version using AnyDvd 6300 and latest CloneDvd and left both title sets fully intact after stripping out everything else with menus preserved, and it's played back fine. Disc came up at 100% on quality bar and even if you strip one title set away opposed to the other, the quality rating does not change anyway, for me there were no issues whatsoever using both titlesets at once.
  7. Slim

    Slim Member

    Thanks for the quick response, fordman and sparkym5.
  8. Chapman Photography

    Chapman Photography Well-Known Member

    I did a full region 1 back up and it worked fine