Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Jakejoe85, Feb 27, 2010.
sheez...45 minutes just to do the rip..!!...hope this doesn't happen everyday..!!
It took me 15 minutes. Whatcha using? A 386?
And today, this day, AnyDVD is the only thing that'll rip this disk at all... at any speed. I'll take that AnyDAY from AnyDVD
45 minute rip sounds about right if it is the BD version. I did an anydvd rip took 10 minutes or less. I have the 2 disc special edition on the SD version.
>>45 minute rip sounds about right if it is the BD version
...BD/ Blu-Ray..??...nope, this was a standard DL rental I got from Netflix...45 minutes using a 3gHz pentium dual-core processor...I believe it ripped to 13 or 14 titles...main movie title was over 6gb.
But ripping is a factor of the I/O speed of your optical drive. Perhaps your drive and this particular disk just don't play nice. -W
...anyDVD 6628 locked up on me on an earlier attempt...I never re-booted my pc... maybe this screwed something up..??...I did a couple more right after, tho... normal 12-14 minute process time...oh well...it worked, no complaints.
This was the single disk version. I am sure the other versions will work but i am sure our members will let us know.
Hello all, I received the disc 1 of the two disk set today. I'm trying to use 1click with anydvd and keep getting a read error at 100% on the file and 7% on the disk. I have tried rebooting and keep getting the same error at the same place. Also upon starting the burn with extras and menu's checked its at 36% compression....and a "movie only" copy tells me it needs 70% compression....any ideas? Also I have the newest versions of both 1click and andvd 126.96.36.199.
Try ripping it first with the AnyDVD ripper and importing that rip into 1click.
also make sure u have CPRx error correcting disabled for 1click
Post a log.
11:41:31 Precessing started
11:41:31 Successfully removed layer break
11:57:36 Processing stopped: E:/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB: read error
I'm using Anydvd 188.8.131.52 and CloneDVD version 184.108.40.206 in Window 7. I've also tried using the Anydvd ripper to rip the original movie to my hard drive but still no luck. Have any been able to copy this movie yet? Thanks!
For all you 1Click users:
A quote from their Author: I'm working on the two flavors of "Twilight - New Moon" IFO files that were sent to me. I should have a beta up later today for testing.
It's their software that's having issues with this title! :agree:
Try CloneDvd2, It WORKS!!!
We knew that all along.
I am new to this board so thanks for the info. Here's a copy of my Anydvd log. I hope this helps. Once again, thanks!
Drive (Hardware) Region: 0 (not set!)
i. Right click the fox on your toolbar. Exit Anydvd
ii. Click start. Right click on "My computer"--->select "properties".
iii.Click on the 'Hardware' tab--->click the 'device manager' button.
iv. Open the dvd/cdrom branch---> right click on your optical drive
v. Click "properties".
vi. You should have a region tab. From there you can select a region.
vii. Select region 1
viii. Start Anydvd
Set your region and all should be well.
This disc is different. Which edition / country is this?
But looking at the logs, I would say the protection is removed correctly. It is possible, that the disc (or drive) is defective.
No luck by changing the region to 1. This is the US version of Twilight Saga New Moon Special Edition.
I have the same problem after setting my region to 1. Any other ideas?
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