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  1. man, this post has gottn buried. Anything new from anyone on the DVD2DVDR front? I am still very thrilled using 1.4.6 ..but am really waiting for either IFOEdit to be updated to allow for auto-authoring on NTSC films..or at least the newer versions being perfectly compatible with Scenarist...anyone know of any current news?
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  2. With derrow having joined the DVDXCopy devellopment team, I very much doubt ifoEdit will ever be updated.

    I think he should actually release the source code, so others could fix the remaining bugs, and maybe even improve it somehow.
    ddlooping
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  3. yea 1.4.9a is out...supposedly subtitles now work in Scenarist...will test soon when I get a chance.
    www.mrbass.org DVDShrink | DVD2DVD | DVDFAB | Mac
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  4. yea, I know..I wasn't expecting Derrow to find time to continue the project..but hopefully sooner or later someone else can. @Mrbass...please report your results with Scenarist and version 1.4.9a of DVD2DVDR....that would be nice to see those subs finally in sync.
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  5. mrbass, defense, can one edit AC3 files with Scenarist?
    If not, do you know of any softwares that would enable me to do so?
    I just would like to "fade-out" the music on the end-credits when I crop them.
    ddlooping
    For DVD Shrink guides & goodies: DVDShrink.info
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  6. i'm not positive but i'm pretty sure you can fade out an .AC3 track with Scenarist. I know it has a seperate .AC3 encoder program and you can select the starting and ending times as well as numerous other functions. I have been waiting for DVD2DVDR to work flawlessly with Scenarist before I get into it..maybe Mr. Bass could specify more...but even if Scenarist doesn't have the option..which im pretty sure it does..but if it doesn't..I would think there would be numerous programs that would do what you are looking for.
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  7. Thanks for the reply, defense.

    I have been to Scenarist's official site and didn't see any mention of being able to trully edit the AC3. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a trial version either.

    The results from other posts I've lead me to believe there's no available software to edit AC3.
    The only proposed solution was to convert it to .wav files, to edit them, and then to encode back to AC3. This would bring a considerable loss of quality. I guess its due to the compression algorithm applied to AC3.

    Oh well, nevermind.
    ddlooping
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  8. Looks like there is no much going on with DVD2DVDR these days. It has been a while since the last upgrade. Has anyone heard if the problems with subtitles are being looked at? I am still using version 1.4.5 and it seems to work well except for subtitles. I have not seen much on Chat's site either.

    Any word on if 1.4.9a made any improvements?

    Thanks
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  9. Just tried version 1.4.9a. I get an error message "subscript out of range" right after starting the Rip command. The change log for this version states this has been corrected. Has anyone been able to run this version with subscripts without this error? Program still works great without subscripts.

    PS: Thanks Wayne for the download!
    Experience without knowledge is just time.
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  10. Version 1.5.0 is now available.
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  11. Ver 1.5.0 [14.07.2003]
    - now using EclCCE 1.5c
    - support for Cinemacraft Encoder Basic 2.67.01.12 and 2.67.01.13 added
    - support for Cinemacraft Encoder SP 2.67.00.11 Trial added
    - copyright-protected DVD's are not longer supported


    The last changement im interested in

    Still we always got dvd decrypter

    Mirror of 1.5.0 will be on my site shortly.
    http://dvd.coldpie.com - where you can download versions of DVD2DVDR.
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  12. Originally Posted by wayned16
    - copyright-protected DVD's are not longer supported

    The last changement im interested in

    Still we always got dvd decrypter
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    Decrypts "on the fly"
    Works with all DVDs
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    21 day free trial:
    http://www.slysoft.com/en/anydvd.html
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  13. Has anyone tried 1.5.0 yet? I tried it this weekend but still had problems with sub titles. The program completed and created the scenarist script, but when I tried to run Scenarist, I kept getting an error. Something about exceeding sequence.

    I also tried the anydvd program. It does work, but DVD2DVDR is still slow when ripping straight from the DVD. I found it quicker to rip to the HD and then run the program. Still a good deal if you just want to run through the night and do not care about the extra rip time.

    Thanks
    Experience without knowledge is just time.
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  14. hmmm, new version of dvd2dvdr is not that good.

    Ver 1.5.0 [14.07.2003]
    - now using EclCCE 1.5c
    - support for Cinemacraft Encoder Basic 2.67.01.12 and 2.67.01.13 added
    - support for Cinemacraft Encoder SP 2.67.00.11 Trial added
    - copyright-protected DVD's are not longer supported

    if it doesnt support copyright protected dvds, then how are we supposed to backup our dvds with it?

    I stick with the old version 1.4.9.
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  15. Originally Posted by mob
    if it doesnt support copyright protected dvds, then how are we supposed to backup our dvds with it?
    couldn't you use a separate ripping tool (i.e. smartripper or dvddecryptor) to remove the encryption
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  16. Thats what I do anyway even if DVD2DVDR did support encrypted dvds, Simple reason being it took to long to rip.

    Personally I think chatwalker took this option out to cover his own back, AND because it took to long to rip the DVD.
    http://dvd.coldpie.com - where you can download versions of DVD2DVDR.
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  17. DVD2DVDR 1.5.3 online, havent tried it yet just let all ya know its out, be on my web site in about 1hr. http://dvd.coldpie.com will be down for at least 24hrs, DNS update. so use http://kickme.to/dvd2dvdr

    thanks

    Ver 1.5.2 [01.10.2003]
    - support for Cinemacraft Encoder Basic 2.67.01.14 added

    Ver 1.5.3 [05.10.2003]
    - support for Cinemacraft Encoder Basic 2.67.01.15 added
    - support for Cinemacraft Encoder Basic 2.67.01.16 added
    - support for Cinemacraft Encoder Basic 2.67.01.17 added
    http://dvd.coldpie.com - where you can download versions of DVD2DVDR.
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  18. is 1.5.3 really out?... only see 1.5.1 on those links hmm,, thinking about trying this proggy out finally
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  19. god damn.. just wrote a long reply and I was asked to log in again and my text disappeard.....

    for short,, Ive tried the latest 1.5.3 (my first try), it was good but the subpicture was fatty green as I am sure everyone have found out.

    -took me about 5 hours to do, using a mounted ISO on Daemon Tools
    - used the default settings and the end size came out to 4,32 GB (4,64GB)
    - I had to manually put in the audio, video, subs and some text files after the demuxing.. is that really neccesary tho? I think it could do that automatically, but oh well

    I have an Athlon 1000 so maybe that causes the long amount of time taken.

    Looking very good tho chatwalkers, read at the very beginning of this thread and skipped the middle part... lol.. was getting tooo much. As someone said. "Need a vaccation to read all the 32 pages"

    So... now I have looked at the expert mode... I have always PAL movies so I should perhaps chose the MPEG decoder which shall not be used with NTSC

    and another question... is the "MB reserved" for how much space I would like on the DVD disc?

    /keep up the good work chatwalkers, in time this proggy will beat all the other competitors
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  20. I haven't use dvd2dvdr for a while. Yesterday I decide to use it on a movie, but when DVD2DVDR have ripped the movie and start the Cinema Craft Encoder nothing happens. Usually Cinema Craft Encoder will start automatic, but the window just pop up and it did not start to encode.

    What is the problem???
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  21. Here's a free online German to English translator . It works pretty good. Just select "free Translation" and German to english at the top
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  22. Does IfoEdit v0.96 fix the problems with the timing issues for NTSC movies with pulldown?
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