I’m posting the following screenshots, both to ellicit comments from the people here, and to alert Fengtao about a small Fab problem.
Last weekend, I picked up a copy of Get Smart from a local flea market (good prices to be had!) and I’ve just gotten around to backing it up. Since I had somew time to blow, I decided to try a little experiment (and with a recent post from I-forget-who who was asking if he needed to decrypt again discs he had already decrypted), I started to play.
The first screenshot is DVDFab’s take on the disk prior to ripping.
I then proceeded with the rip, and used Imgburn to put it on DVD, and did another take of the copy using Fab again, with the following result:
Everything seems to be taken care of, except for the unplayable cells (there are a total of 190 in the list) which show up on both the original disc and the copy. If this is a false reading, which one is… the original or the copy? Or neither. Or both?
Since I was in one of my moods, I said to myself, let’s see how the competition fares under the same light…so I did the same original with ‘the competition’ (the one with the Red Fox icon), using CloneDVD as the copying program and file compressor, and burned it again with Imgburn, and got the following result:
So for all of those contemplating a purchase, and leaning towards the ‘Red Fox’, please note what Fab found still sitting on the (decrypted) disc done by the ‘Red Fox’.
To not skew this too much, I also did a check using the ‘Red Fox’, and its check agrees with Fab’s in all essentials. (I’m not going to post that screenshot, as, after all, this is the DVDFab Forum).
To all those with questions about the playability of the discs, they all play just fine in my PC and all 5 stand-alones here at home.
Maybe Fengtao should see this?