Well...since everyone else was doing the AnyDVD to D2O to CopytoDVD, I figured I would give it a shot...
nothing but problems so far.....
Installed the latest CopytoDVD and AnyDVD
I set the CopytoDVD setting for 1X write as I had a DVD-RW in
Loaded the source DVD in my Toshiba 1712
Loaded a Blank DVD-RW in the Pioneer 104
AnyDVD installed in my tray fine
I ran thru D2O and clicked "Burn with CopytoDVD" or whatever it says
It proceeded to decrypt and transcode on the fly
15 mins later when it finished, CopytoDVD popped up and said "Size is greater than 4.37GB...Should I continue" (this is BS as I have ALWAYS had D2O set at 4400MB and when I looked at the directory where the files were, there were the same exact size they always are.)...anyway...so I told CopytoDVD to go ahead and try and burn it....Well..it started burning...and when I checked the "Details" it said burning at 2X...that is bullcrap as my discs cant burn at 2X..So I hit cancel and after about a minute Copytodvd reliquished control back to me.
I doublechecked the settings in CopytoDVD and they were set at 1X...I decided to try and run it again. I started just CopytoDVD, chose DVD-Video in the wizard, chose the appropriate IFO and hit GO. It immediately spit out my DVD-RW, asked for a blank one, and promptly rebooted the entire machine.
After the machine rebooted, I dbl checked the CopytoDVD settings where I told it to auto blank any "non-blank" DVD-RW's.
I started C2D again and once again it spit out my DVD-RW and rebooted my machine.
After the 2nd reboot, I used NERO to blank the DVD-RW before running C2D. It then ran ok and I decided to let it try and burn the DVDRW..(which it is doing now at what seems to be a 1X speed contrary to the log saying 2X...
I could care less about the DVD-RW problem as I was just testing the program interaction with a DVDRW. In normal circumstances, I would use a Ritek 2X DVD-R.
I want to know why C2D says my files were larger than 4.37GB when they were not...here is the D2O output: