Had problems burning using DVD shring with Any DVD running in background on:
Iron Man 2
Had to resort to using Clone DVD which got the job done.
Why is Shrink having a problem all of a sudden.
Have used it countless times to do backups with perfect results.
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Why so hostile?
Burnt hundreds of dvd's no problem. Not doing anything different and it's user error. I don't think so pal.
It seems to be just the newest hits as others burn fine.
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Guys I usually do the dvd authorization then put it to the HD. After that I burn using nero.
Airbender gave me some fits also.
DVD Shrink wouldn't even start to authorize the dvd.....the doesn't recognize dvd came up right away.
On some of the forums people say the popular DVD's have a new copyguard that is hard to bypass.
I don't know why I get it done using Clone DVD, I was hoping to find an answer here.
and how stuff works from start to finish.
Of course DVDShrink alone will NOT work on new DVDs without help. AnyDVD running in the background should enable DVDShrink to do it's job but on the other hand I don't blame the makers of AnyDVD for not ensuring it's product works in conjunction with someone elses 8 year old(?) product.
AnyDVD is a ripper(besides being able to decrypt in the background)...it does not compress the video.
DVDFabDecrypter(the free portion) is a ripper....it does not compress the video.
You use a ripper......THEN open it in DVDShrink if you need to compress or re-author. DVDShrink opens DVD folders too...and ISO images.