DVD "back up" help

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  1. moyal

    moyal New Member

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    I'm trying to copy DVD's (backing up my own personal collection of course) but keep getting CSS and DVD region errors.. I've used DVD X Copy numerous times before with outgetting any errors... I have also tried many other programs like DVDFab and CloneDVD. I have also gotten programs like DVD43, AnyDVD, and DVD region and css free.. which are supposed to cancel out any protections. But i'm still getting errors, not on all discs but most :dunno: Any suggestions?
     
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    Use DVD Shrink and DVD Decrypter.

    There are tons of guides on dvdrhelp.com to help you out.
     
  3. moyal

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    thanks bro, i'll give it a try
     
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    DVD shrink 90% of the time, DVD decrypter for SONY and other problem discs.
     
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    Thanks its sony thats been giving me the problems mostly
     
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    yep, they're sneaky ones.
     
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    those programs seemed to work for one i was having trouble with (non-sony) but my sony one (seinfeld) still errors out at the same spot.. the first disc in that particular season backed up fine, maybe this one is scratched or something :dunno: doesn't look too bad though
     
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    not legal. Don't do it.
     
  9. moyal

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    i said i am backing up DVD's i own, there for its legal.
     
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    lol, uh no. Cracking encryption for ANY reason is not legal.... even for archival purposes.
     
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    So is taking a bath without a swimsuit in Florida. Get over it.
     
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    :mb:
     
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    Plus as of right now any type of Copyright infringements are Civil matters, not Legal. That is why the record companies and such were suing people, not having them arrested.
     
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    Not to back up Jolly, but it is a criminal act. Just ask the russian researcher that was arrested when he came to the US to give a presentation on breaking Adobe's E-Book DRM.

    Insane, isn't it?
     

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