[QUOTE=Sea Monster;2064856]Hi folks,
Are DVD copying/ripping so complex? Reading the threads
from CD FREAKS. It seems there are overwhelming things
for FENGTAO to fix and there are endless faults & bugs with
the latest version of DVDFAB program.
Furthermore, [B]I realized DVDFAB forum has one of the most written threads and readers…That can tell you something…[/B]
- Fengtao is very responsive to customs needs.
- DVDFab has many supporters and users.
- DVDFab is a buggy program.
- Users are too demanding certainly wanting to get their
monies worth with the program.
Really, I think there are more problems with version 5 than
version 188.8.131.52. The problems that did not exist in version 4,
creeped up in version 5. FengTao should have made the
programs better before releasing it.
But I am no expert. This is just my opinion.
On another note. Recently, I ripped a few movies using DVDFAB 184.108.40.206 without any problems, only to realize that after a few days that those movies I ripped cannot be played in my Home Entertainment System. I got a DISK IS DIRTY message that appeared on my TV.
However, those same disk played well in my PC using VLC Player.
Since, the DVD were ripped without any faults, I assumed
that they were OK. I did not seek assistance from this Forum.
On the other hand, now that problems arises (ripped movies
were okay…but after a few days found out that it cannot be
played on player). What should I do? I wasted
another 4 to 6 hrs + disks ripping the same movies over
again. Using version 220.127.116.11. This is really bothersome!!
Problems like those mentioned above did not happened on
version 18.104.22.168. It was flawless program. I could ripped
moives and view it later without any problems. Noted, that I
am using now using both DVDFAB 4 & 5. I wanted to
continue using version 22.214.171.124 but I think it is really not ready
for the big league. Version 126.96.36.199 is.
On the other hand, I use EMC’s (Disk Copy) + Regional Code
(DVDILE program) occasionally, and the and result is
fabulous. Much faster ripping, better compression and
produces no errors whatsoever. Of course, considering that
DVDFAB has all the other functions & that I already made purchased for DVDFAB, makes it more enticing.
That’s all I can say for now.
I don’t know of any program/software that does not have a few bugs, most of the issues with DVDFab has to do with media that are being used, system configuration and wrong settings set by the user
[QUOTE=Sea Monster;2064856]I realized DVDFAB forum has one of the most written threads and readers…That can tell you something…[/QUOTE]
Yes it tells me that DVDFab is widly used and the members/users/readers are still learning how to use and setup the program on different systems