Problems with Jackie Brown and both DVD2one 1.13 and DVD2one 1.20

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#1

Hi all,

although I searched this forum thoroughly, I couldn’t find anyone that might have had the same problems that I have at the moment.
The movie “Jackie Brown” is making a lot of trouble.

I used DVD Decrypter V3.1.6.0 with a Pioneer DVD-106 to decrypt the movie. Then I first used DVD2one V1.20 to make the whole DVD (movie, bonuses, extras, menus etc.) fit on one DVD-R.
DVD2one V1.20 crashed using both ratio options, constant and variable exactly at the same point: 86% of the DVD, 3,80 GB had already been processed.
Then I tried to use V1.13 and the funny thing is that I found exactly the same behaviour, crash at 86%, 3,76 GB of the DVD.

What the f.ck am I doing wrong?
Did anyone of you make similar experiences?

Thanks for your answers!!!

Cheers,

Rory

BTW: To the programmers of DVD2one: Guys, you did an excellent job! Your tool is absolutely fantastic!!! It is the best tool to make DVD-9 fit to DVD-R that I’ve ever used, and I, unfortunately, had to learn this the hard way… :frowning:
Forget all the other weak tools. Non of them could pass my “video projector to 3m x 1,8m screen test”, but DVD2one absolutely did! Yours respectfully, Rory!
:slight_smile:


#2

Try re-ripping the movie. I’ve had that happen several times with other transcoding software.


#3

Instead of trying other transcoders why not lower the version of DVDdecryptor to Decrypter V3.1.4.0.

Sometimes, just sometimes, things go wrong with this newer version of DVDdecryptor.


#4

I always use SmartRipper (SR241), I find it a lot more reliable than DVD Decrypter. So far I have a 100% success rate (over 50 movies) using SmartRipper, DVD2ONE (1.13 and above) and Copy2DVD with Datawrite Media.


#5

Hi everybody!

Thanks a lot for your prompt help!
Yes, you all were right, it was the decrypter that caused this problem. I first re-decrypted the movie and the problem was gone. I think, I should consider using another DVD decrypting tool or an older version of DVD Decrypter.

Anyway, thanks for your help!

Cheers,

Rory!
:bigsmile:


#6

Originally posted by billythehamster
I always use SmartRipper (SR241), I find it a lot more reliable than DVD Decrypter. So far I have a 100% success rate (over 50 movies) using SmartRipper, DVD2ONE (1.13 and above) and Copy2DVD with Datawrite Media.

Me to - allways use smartripper, full backup, never ever had a single problem with any dvd.

DVDdecrypter is nice - has alot of good options, I use it when I want to strip something for other purpose than dvd2one, but for dvd2one allways use smartripper, full backup.