I tried using DVD Decrypter to make backup copies of several of my commercially pressed DVDs. I have a number of baby entertainment videos that our toddler was trashing so I decided that it would be best to store the originals and turn her loose on the copies.
I found that the DVDs that I ripped with DVD Decrypter would jump or freeze when played back on my stand-alone Sony DVD player. Additionally, the audio was very low, requiring us to turn the volume all the way up on the TV.
After a lot of fruitless troubleshooting I discovered that I could acheive the same results with DVD Shrink that I was doing with DVD Decrypter - that is extract the main movies (eliminating all the intros and commercials) and burn the main movie to a DVD+R (which I bitset to DVD-ROM). I was happy to discover that the copies I made with DVD Shrink did not jump or freeze and the audio level was the same as the original.
Have you had a similar experience with DVD Decrypter? Can you tell me what you did to resolve the problems that you encountered?