Cant burn a dvd folder

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#1

thanks in advance got the new dvdfab hd free version but i cant burn my dvd folder because i cant set my burner as the target but if i choose the trial version the target is my burner can somene help me


#2

[QUOTE=martinsouli31;2056830]thanks in advance got the new dvdfab hd free version but i cant burn my dvd folder because i cant set my burner as the target but if i choose the trial version the target is my burner can somene help me[/QUOTE]

DVDFab HD Decrypter does not have a burn engine, it only decrypts and copys to the Hard Drive


#3

ok thanks it was better the old version when is was possible to burn can you reccomend me smething to burn with


#4

The free version of dvdfab decrypter has never had a burn engine and has always saved to hard drive only.

Google for a burn engine.


#5

you can use CopyToDVD, just right click on the folder you have your video folder to burn and voila … :slight_smile:
burn a dvd folder


#6

ok thanks anyone has try dvd43


#7

dvd43 doesn’t burn, it is just to decrypt the files, you can use it as a complement of another software. the shareware alternative is AnyDVD


#8

DVD43 can’t burn.


#9

Yes, i’ve used DVD43 and i’d stay away from it since there are better programs out there.

Just use this process if you’re wanting to stay with freeware:

Rip to HDD with DvdFab Hd Decrypter

Transcode with Dvd Shrink

Burn with ImgBurn.


#10

yes i know that is a decrypter its just i wanted know if its good because it seem like any dvd but ive seem reviews that somes peoples had their dvd drive dissapeared


#11

No it’s not good.

Rip -> DVDFab HD Decrypter
compress -> DVD Shrink
Burn -> Imgburn

All you need


#12

so many things can happen, anydvd has also his problem and strange keys, I used DVD43 in the past but I prefer to use a single product with all in one. for that DVDFab is not a bad option :

Download the latest version of DVDFab here


#13

thanks you


#14

[QUOTE=martinsouli31;2056848]ok thanks it was better the old version when is was possible to burn can you reccomend me smething to burn with[/QUOTE]

Use ImgBurn it is a great burn engine and is free


#15

yes but the decrypting and authoring part of DVDShrink is not up-to-date since years…


#16

[QUOTE=lapinou;2056895]yes but the decrypting and authoring part of DVDShrink is not up-to-date since years…[/QUOTE]

True, but the op is talking about DVDFab HD Decrypter :bigsmile: