ok… so anydvd is running… i insert dvd… then open nero and burn… thats it… if i remove the movie from the dvd drive then i cant burn it cause the files are not on my harddrive … if i open shrink then i select backup from the D drive?.. i know… i just aint getting it… sorry
Use elby CloneDVD2. It is very good suited for beginners, and it will guide you through all steps.
I used clonedvd2 and got the same error with madagascar… i have downloaded anydvd dvdfabexpress clonedvd2 and i have shrink and dvddecrypter and dvdfab… still cant copy this dvd… thanks for the replys. i will continue to read the board for more info.
Ripped Madagascar last tuesday (CloneDVD2 18.104.22.168, AnyDVD 22.214.171.124) without problems.
If that’s the case, try doing a diskscan with cd/dvdspeed to see if the original is damaged and unreadable. The only time that happened to me it turned out to be a badly manufactured dvd, a whole batch in fact. 4 dvds of the same movie, it happens some time.
I want to say that after finding this forum and doing days and days of reading on how to back up my DVD movies I choose AnyDVD and CloneDVD2. It works flawlessly. I backed up my copies of Batman Begins, Charlie and The Chochlate Factory, Stealth, and Devils Rejects no problem. Thank you to everyone who posts on cd freaks for helping me figure this out. I fully recomend AnyDVD and CloneDVD2 for anyone who is a beginner with no prior knolwdge of how to back up DVD movies. Thanks Again.
I downloaded a trial version down in August and I was not impressed with the software" I still had problems trying to copy the movie" So I let the trial version run out. My Step-Brother Purchased this newer version and he has had no problems burnnig some of the newer movies… I downloaded a new trial version a few days ago and installed it and it says " Trial version expired" Can anyone help me?
Yes. Uninstall completely AnyDVD from your system, delete the folder where AnyDVD was, clean the registry (Start > Run > type here regedit. In Registry Editor “Edit” > “Find” type here AnyDVD > delete the hits). Restart your computer, install AnyDVD Trial, reboot.
I did download the trial version of this, but I have no idea how to use it. Where are the tutorial pages? I can’t find a “how-to” section on slyware website… thanks
if it’s running then you’re using it. it decrypts in the background.
use your favorite ripper/burning program/reauthoring program and you’re ready to go. (clonedvd reccomended)
all anydvd does is remove encryption so you can process the dvd with programs that either do not offer decyption features (like clonedvd) or have since ceased development (like dvd decrypter or dvdshrink).
Right click for info.
Welcome to the Forum.
A place to start looking for an AnyDVD-CloneDVD Tutorial would be in the uniquely named Guides and Tutorials Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/forumdisplay.php?f=72).
Below is Forum link to the AnyDVD-CloneDVD user tutorial, which provides detail information on the use of the AnyDVD-CloneDVD software programs.
all right, all right, I know it sounded like a ridiculously simple question, but my eyes are crossing from looking at this screen and I thank you both for your guidance. I tried it and successfully burned image to my hard drive, but I think I need to get some different dvd+rw; my program is asking for a DVD 9 disc, and I bought these things so long ago that they apparently are not correct. (I was planning on getting a burner a long time ago, never did…)
Hopefully when I get the correct discs they will burn with no problem. Again, thanks!
Before you replace your discs, try downloading CloneDVD2 (get it from Slysoft.com) and learn how to use it. You can copy most movies to a DVD-5 if you eliminate the extras.
Is the sound diabled in the trial version of anydvd?? V126.96.36.199
Nope, trial version keeps sound and everything. This is the exact complete version but with an 21 days expiration period on it. Verify that you are not removing ALL the sound in the audio settings. Click whatever (from the availables in the disc) language you prefer.
I use 1 Click software, and Any DVD, with 2 BenQ burners with great success. To Stan, who has so many questions. I think the people at Any DVD have better things to do, than to spend 2 hours answering your involved questions for your $30. Your tripping.
this is extremely rude. Answering every little question is EXACTLY what they should be doing for a paying customer. it’s called customer service (which slysoft is IMPECCABLE at)
also, it’s not like slysoft is monitoring this board 24/7 answering every little question. cdfreaks members are happy to help out when we can.
when I pay money for software, I’ll be damn sure no one is going to tell me I shouldn’t be asking questions about it.
While some questions might seem elementary to those of us who are knowledgeable about these types of things, others are just starting out. you started somewhere too.
also, the posts you’re referencing are almost a year old…
Do what I did - Buy them from Elby and AnyDVD separately for lifetime Support and updates of BOTH progs (AFTER you have paid for the software)
Why should they spend time on anyone who has yet to pay for their product.
How to send in IFO’s
1.) DISABLE AnyDVD (little fox on the taskbar should be grey).
2.) Navigate to the VIDEO_TS folder of the DVD.
3.) Copy all files ending with .IFO to your harddisk. ONLY those with .IFO, not the big .VOB files!
4.) ENABLE AnyDVD again (just in case, so you don’t forget it)
5.) ZIP the .IFO files to one file. Name it with a cool filename (e.g., Little_Black_Book_UK.zip)
6.) Write a an email to support(at)slysoft.com (replace (at) with @). Name your problem, try to identify the disc (e.g, Little Black Book, R2, UK), the UPC number if possible (below the barcode on the package). The information output of AnyDVD can be helpful as well.
7.) They like if you include the AnyDVD version and your AnyDVD serial number in this mail. You find this information in the Settings Window -> About.
8.) Attach ZIP file with the IFOs and send it.
If you like, you can send this mail to bugs(at)elby.ch as well, so I can have a look at these .IFOs as well.