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Post 31 made on Tuesday August 9, 2005 at 03:01
JLanguage
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The DMCA is a load of bull concerning DVDs and CSS. Pirates don't give a damn about the DMCA, the only people it hurts are law-abiding citizens who can't even legally make back-up copies of DVDs that they own. That's wrong and unconstitutional. As far for making 1:1 copies of DVDs, DVDShrink is a good tool. Since dual-layer media is so expensive dual-layer discs either have to be compressed or split. DVDShrink is great for compression, while I use DVDFab Platinum ($40) for 1-click splitting. That's only 3 steps right there:

1. Rip
2. Split/Compress
3. Burn

Please delete my post if it could result in problems for the owner/s of these forums.

Cheers,
-Jonathan.

I don't think you need any other programs other than a ripping program. For that go to videopost under their tools section.
Post 32 made on Tuesday September 6, 2005 at 14:36
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Piracy is an unfortunate thing, I donít believe in it; however, I make copies of my DVDís to take on the road with me (I travel a lot) and I donít want to take my originals in the car or on the plane, I have lost a few that wayÖ

I Use the software CLONE DVD 2 for copying my DVDís and ANYDVD to unlock the DVD in order to copy it.

[Link: elby.de]


Thanks and good luckÖ
Post 33 made on Tuesday September 6, 2005 at 15:37
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Here's a little new math for you...

Three-year-old son + original DVD discs = Scratched original discs that have to be purchased again ($18.00 each) and UNHAPPY DAD.

Three-year-old son + original DVD discs + 321 Studios DVD Backup software = Scratched DVD-R media ($0.25 each) and MUCH LESS UNHAPPY DAD!

I read a quote where a film studio executive had the nerve to say that if a consumer wants a back-up copy of a DVD movie, then they should buy another copy!

My middle finger is enthusiatically extended toward that guy every time I make a backup copy of one of the movies I purchased!
"I like to reminisce with people I don't know."
Post 34 made on Saturday September 10, 2005 at 03:38
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haha... hey buddy buy DVD's ohhh I know 10-20 bucks is alot of money!!!
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Post 35 made on Saturday September 10, 2005 at 22:01
Larry Fine
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On 05/08/05 19:08 ET, stumped said...
Don't tell me thats illegal.

On 05/09/05 11:29 ET, Spiky said...
It's illegal.

"99, I asked you not to tell me!" - Maxwell Smart
Post 36 made on Monday October 10, 2005 at 00:46
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On 05/09/05 11:29 ET, Spiky said...
It's illegal.

How can it be illegal for me to fire up my Nero Recode and copy the DVDs I made? Maybe you ought to go back to Law School and study up on Fair Use. Unless you are reselling someone elses copyrighted work you have nothing to worry about. Buy Nero Ultra 6.0. It does everything. I am very anti-piracy but if I own it........
Post 37 made on Monday October 10, 2005 at 09:58
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On 09/06/05 15:37 ET, i1patrick said...
Here's a little new math for you...

Three-year-old son + original DVD discs = Scratched
original discs that have to be purchased again
($18.00 each) and UNHAPPY DAD.

Three-year-old son + original DVD discs + 321
Studios DVD Backup software = Scratched DVD-R
media ($0.25 each) and MUCH LESS UNHAPPY DAD!

I read a quote where a film studio executive had
the nerve to say that if a consumer wants a back-up
copy of a DVD movie, then they should buy another
copy!

My middle finger is enthusiatically extended toward
that guy every time I make a backup copy of one
of the movies I purchased!

I couldn't tell you the number of DVD-R's my 2 year old has scratched to hell. Granted, they're Wiggles and Baby Einstien DVD's, and I should just let him ruin the originals (which he came close to doing before I started making backups) and that way I can be saved from having to here.... "Fruit Salad.... Yummy yummy..." over and over and over and over and over and over AGAIN!

Sorry.... their music is just seared into my head, and it hurts.

All I know, when the kids outgrow the discs I'll be tossing them in the trash, but had I not been able to back them up, I NEVER would have bought duplicates.
Post 38 made on Tuesday December 6, 2005 at 19:15
af321
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so what i use dvd decrypter and dvd fab decrypter , and dvd shrink and i rent from netflix but star trek movies i buy cause of value other i burn dont care it not like im going to jail cops in my town wouldn't care got real crimes to beat down drugs , rape , murder, robbery etc. i dont sell just watch movies and if you have issues with damaged disks buy the disc stakka you store 100 discs per unit its power buy usb and has password protection so no one enject movie or whatever u put in all for 129 at tigerdirect
Post 39 made on Wednesday December 7, 2005 at 02:04
Larry Fine
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On December 6, 2005 at 19:15, af321 said...
so what i use dvd decrypter and dvd fab decrypter
, and dvd shrink and i rent from netflix but star
trek movies i buy cause of value other i burn
dont care it not like im going to jail cops in
my town wouldn't care got real crimes to beat
down drugs , rape , murder, robbery etc. i dont
sell just watch movies and if you have issues
with damaged disks buy the disc stakka you store
100 discs per unit its power buy usb and has password
protection so no one enject movie or whatever
u put in all for 129 at tigerdirect

Quick, inhale!
Post 40 made on Thursday January 5, 2006 at 12:55
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I find it much easier to just copy the copy protection on my DVD backups. All I do is play the DVD on my TV-top DVD player and run a cable to my computer capture card and record the video onto my computer. Then I burn the computer files and the burned DVD copy has the Macrovision copy protection intact. No laws are broken since I am not circumventing the copy protection scheme. Of course this did not work very well when I had a 800Mz machine, but with my 2000mhz machine I don't have any problems anymore. But, it took a LOT of fiddling and a lot of coasters before I got it to work perfectly. I know it works cuz if I try to copy a burned DVD onto a VHS tape, the Macrovision kicks in and the tape copy has the usual distortions. But the burned copy works just like the original. I do it this way to eliminate the garbage at the beginning of every DVD. All I burn is the main movie, which is as easy as pressing the "record now" button when the movie starts. Since it has to be done in real time, I usually walk away and wind up recording everything after the end of the movie which doesn't bother me.
There is a legal way around everything
Post 41 made on Wednesday March 1, 2006 at 01:05
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depending on where youy live you are within your legal rights to make 1 backup copy of a dvd that you own for archival purposes, i myself made copies of all my dvds with only the movies and no extras, that way when i use the dmx-3000 with my 400 disc mega changer i can go directly to the movie and skip all the annoying trailors and menus.......
Post 42 made on Wednesday March 1, 2006 at 01:14
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oh yeah, and for the record...321 studios was shut down because they made the mistake of intregrating the dvd ripping algorythm with the dvd authoring program, thus making a 1 click wonder for copying dvds, depending on what country or state you live in, it may well be legal to make BACKUP copys of movies you own, but you wont find a software that will do it all in one, i myself use the program AnyDVD by Slysoft, and CloneDVD by Elbybytes, works great as long as you intend to use them for your own personal backup purposes, check to be sure that you are not breaking any aplicable laws before doing so, as its not allowed EVERYWHERE.... thankfully it is where i live
Post 43 made on Tuesday April 11, 2006 at 19:59
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From what I've heard about blu-ray disc, they should make seperate kindss of movies on those. The movie rental places get a copy of the movie that doesn't allow for copying and then the stores that allow for 1 single copy because we all should have the right (if WE OURSELVES bought the movie) to make 1 BACKUP COPY! This would eliminate the piracy scam that people are using and making us very angry. The blu-ray discs from what I have heard, you can change the language of the auio on te movie without having to go bakc to the menu and start over. With that flexibility, they should implement the no copy copy to the rental stores and the 1 cop copy to the sotres that SELL the video. Almost like those damn DRMs that piss me off (but this way wouldn't because you would then have to pay to copy.)
What you should choose does not end in the here and now, but how much you want to deal with it in the futre
Post 44 made on Tuesday April 11, 2006 at 21:17
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I recommend using DVDfab Decrypter (www.dvdidle.com) [Go to free stuff-the freeware works just fine] to rip, DVD Shrink to compress, and then Nero or Sonic or whatever burning software you have to burn this onto the disc.

How can they have the Blu-Ray know when one copy has been made? For example, say I try copying it on two different computers. Just wondering...
LET'S GO BUFFALO!!!
Post 45 made on Sunday April 16, 2006 at 15:48
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I stil dont' even know how the damned DRM things work and they do piss me off. But Im thinking they could develop it in a different way and like burn something on to the disc that said it was copied. But then again, I HATE THE DAMNED DRM stuff!!! It just pisses me off!
What you should choose does not end in the here and now, but how much you want to deal with it in the futre
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