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  1. I ripped the movie fine and then I tried to backup using clonedvd2 but something is mucked up. It jumps and pauses and crap...I have done it twice now...DvdShrink doesn't work either...What I think is happening is 2 of the titles are getting mixed up...I was going to try dvd rebuilder, but it seems that you can't backup up a disc that has multiple angles/interleaving....

    So, i ripped with decrypter using file mode...should I maybe do stream processing? Will that help? I am trying to keep the menu and much of what is on the disc so I don't want to just reauthor and keep movie only...
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    Originally Posted by tsantsa
    I ripped the movie fine and then I tried to backup using clonedvd2
    ?????

    Ripping is backing up. What are you talking about? Do you mean shrinking the filesize?
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  3. Ripping isn't backing up. It is ripping to disc...step one for a true back-up.
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    Hi,

    It's been a while, but I am also having problems backing up this DVD.

    Using dvdbackup generates errors, and if I use ddrescue to create an image, I can use cat to create a single file, but it freezes at about 43 minutes in.

    Not many people are trying to back this up.
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    You would have been better off starting a new thread on this subject, particularly since you use Linux and most DVD ripping software is for Windows. If you need software recommendations for use with Linux and/or Wine , you will get better advice by posting in the Linux forum.
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  6. Chances are the drive is having trouble reading the disc. It happens now and then. I had the same problem with a brand new DVD a couple of weeks ago. Fortunately I have a few DVD drives, and between them they eventually managed to rip the whole disc.

    The dvdbackup errors to which you referred.... what were they exactly? If they're I/O errors, it's probably a "hard to read" disc.
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