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  02-09-2009, 02:44 AM
 
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I use DVD Decrypter, but it will not work on some of the newer store bought dvds I wanna make a backup copy of. Just wondering what everyone else is using these days. Also... if it's free software, can you send a link?
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  02-09-2009, 02:56 AM
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DVD Decrypter for everything but "new movies".
For those, I use DVD Fab 5 in free mode. Get it at http://www.dvdfab.com/download.htm
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LS, sorry if this is a dumb question, but do you just rip the entire dvd and then shrink with dvd shrink? I can only shrink it with my 30 day trial
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I use AnyDVD with CloneDVD2 or DVD2One, although DVD Shrink doesn't do a bad job.
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I rip with DVDFab 5 or DVD DEcrypter, and then use DVD Shrink to shrink, yes.

I actually uninstalled DVD2one from my computer this week, I'd not used it in years.
My last version was 1.4, I think.


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Has anyone used a product called FixVTS after using DVDFab 5, and before using Shrink? What does FixVTS fix and/or repair?
If these questions should be a seperate topic, please move this post.
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its so much faster just to use clonedvd2 with anydvd. dont have to go through no settings just keep hiting next then burn. u can choose not to have audio languages/subtitles you dont understand to have a little bit better quality. but over all looks pretty good to me especially on burning dual layer to single layer
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FixVTS isn't really needed anymore, since DVDFab 5.
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