Backing -up dual layer movie

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#1

I’m using Verbatim DVD+R Dl blanks and no matter what I do I always have a glitch somewhere in the middle of the movie. this doesn’t happen when i do a single layer back-up. Using anydvd and clonedvd2 and running anydvd at default speed . what to do? thanks


#2

The answer/solution [I]is[/I], use Imgburn…


#3

I couldn’t agree more.


#4

Try this combination of tools.

  1. Use AnyDVD in the background to break encryption.

  2. Get DVDDecrypter http://www.videohelp.com/tools/DVD_Decrypter
    Go into Tools–>Settings of Decrypter and uncheck the box for Check for Structural Protection. Click OK.
    Go to Mode in Decrypter and set it for ISO Read.

  3. Make the ISO file of your movie using DVDDecrypter. You will get the ISO and a small mds file along with it.

  4. Get ImgBurn www.imgburn.com Start the program and load the mds file you just made with Decrypter. Set burning speed to 4x. Burn it to the disk.

  5. Enjoy your backed up movie.

ImgBurn is the best burning program I know of for DL media. It will set the layer break correctly for this type of burn.

Edit: I’m a little late, but I did a lot more work here! :slight_smile:


#5

kerry56 wrote,

Edit: I’m a little late, but I did a lot more work here!

I knew, eventually you’d fill in the blanks…props! you’re da-man…:cool:


#6

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2461159]Try this combination of tools.

  1. Use AnyDVD in the background to break encryption.

  2. Get DVDDecrypter http://www.videohelp.com/tools/DVD_Decrypter
    Go into Tools–>Settings of Decrypter and uncheck the box for Check for Structural Protection. Click OK.
    Go to Mode in Decrypter and set it for ISO Read.

  3. Make the ISO file of your movie using DVDDecrypter. You will get the ISO and a small mds file along with it.

  4. Get ImgBurn www.imgburn.com Start the program and load the mds file you just made with Decrypter. Set burning speed to 4x. Burn it to the disk.

  5. Enjoy your backed up movie.

ImgBurn is the best burning program I know of for DL media. It will set the layer break correctly for this type of burn.

Edit: I’m a little late, but I did a lot more work here! :)[/QUOTE]

WOW!, that’s so :cool:.


#7

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2461159]Try this combination of tools.

  1. Use AnyDVD in the background to break encryption.

  2. Get DVDDecrypter http://www.videohelp.com/tools/DVD_Decrypter
    Go into Tools–>Settings of Decrypter and uncheck the box for Check for Structural Protection. Click OK.
    Go to Mode in Decrypter and set it for ISO Read.

  3. Make the ISO file of your movie using DVDDecrypter. You will get the ISO and a small mds file along with it.

  4. Get ImgBurn www.imgburn.com Start the program and load the mds file you just made with Decrypter. Set burning speed to 4x. Burn it to the disk.

  5. Enjoy your backed up movie.

ImgBurn is the best burning program I know of for DL media. It will set the layer break correctly for this type of burn.

Edit: I’m a little late, but I did a lot more work here! :)[/QUOTE]

After starting ImgBurn do i load only mds file or both ISO and mds files? thanks


#8

See # 4 in the steps posted above…

  1. Get ImgBurn www.imgburn.com Start the program and load the [B]mds[/B] file you just made with Decrypter.

And here is the guide from BB’s sig…
http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=86730


#9

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2461159]Try this combination of tools.

  1. Use AnyDVD in the background to break encryption.

  2. Get DVDDecrypter http://www.videohelp.com/tools/DVD_Decrypter
    Go into Tools–>Settings of Decrypter and uncheck the box for Check for Structural Protection. Click OK.
    Go to Mode in Decrypter and set it for ISO Read.

  3. Make the ISO file of your movie using DVDDecrypter. You will get the ISO and a small mds file along with it.

  4. Get ImgBurn www.imgburn.com Start the program and load the mds file you just made with Decrypter. Set burning speed to 4x. Burn it to the disk.

  5. Enjoy your backed up movie.

ImgBurn is the best burning program I know of for DL media. It will set the layer break correctly for this type of burn.

Edit: I’m a little late, but I did a lot more work here! :)[/QUOTE]

Thank you! Worked perfectly with the new Falcon DL’s. 3 discs scored 90 on 1 scanner & 95 on the other & all played great.