[QUOTE=astone2665;2016105]Troy, when you recopy a copy you’ll always get faster rips I believe because you have already removed the encryption so it doesn’t have to do the extra work so it’s a faster rip. At least it does for me. ~ Mike[/QUOTE]
Sorry to push this old thread back up to the top but I was re-reading and still curious about the speed issue.
I don’t think the main reason for the speed up when copying a copy is because of lack of encryption. At least not for me. I say this because when I check the performance in task manager, the CPU usage is next to nothing when doing the initial copy. I only use 1:1 as I copy to my hard drive so I don’t rip to DVD. I’ve also tried an experiment where I copy a “DVD” (using DVD Fab) from one hard drive folder to another and it’s lightning fast - presumably limited mainly by the HD read and write speeds.
So I think the real speed issue (for 1:1 copy to hard drive) is some mechanism that’s preventing high speed reads from the original DVD. I don’t understand why a pressed DVD would act like this, but it’s the only explaination I can come up with.
Perhaps fengtao understands what the limiting factor is and can shed some light.