[QUOTE=maineman;2103866]While this is an extremely infrequent occurrence with Fab, it is not a surprise. As I suggested previously, this problem may have been resolved with a different decrypter, a different ODD for ripping or perhaps a different burn engine…we never did receive feedback re: the integrity of the files when played back from the hdd.
As SJ stated above, I also had no problem with this movie, R1, WS, done both in clone mode and customize mode (essentially stripped down to main movie only).
Honestly, I’m having trouble recalling the last time platinum has failed to rip a movie for me. I believe it was a bit more than two years ago during the early development of Fab 3 while I was beta testing prior to it being released to the public. In any event, Fab failed. Interestingly, Fab’s lead competitor (which I also own and is likely the new software to which you refer) also failed, as did shrink. Ultimately, I was successful with good old, defunct dvddecrypter.
If you take nothing else from this experience, realize that no one decrypting software works perfectly everytime on every disc. It’s best to keep a number of tools in the toolbox…
In any case, best of luck to you.[/QUOTE]
Thanks for your input.
It is not that DVDFab failed to rip Casino Royale. It is just that there were three slight momentary glitches which did not appear in the source. And doing this twice confirmed that it was not my blank media.
Since I am a newbie at this, I was unable to understand how to provide the feedback that some posters mentioned here. Sorry. I am just not that sophisticated yet.
Anyway, I do not plan on removing DVDFab from my computer but am certainly leaning towards purchasing the newly downloaded decrypting software which DID clone Casino Royale 100% perfectly. But I will definitely wait until the trial period is over so I can do a lot more testing.