No. Read carefully what i typed.
Only Iv tried ripping a game in Dycrypter and burning the resulting img with alcohol 120% to a DVD-R.
And what kind of product is Dycrypter? A PS2 backup tool or something to decrypt movie copy protections?
What am I doing wrong!?
What you’re doing wrong is called assumption. Not to worry, a lot of people suffer from it, but it is curable by carefully and patiently reading or gradual understanding.
You assume there is one general protection thing and you assume there is only one kind of format in the whole galaxy.
PlayStation 2 discs are DVD’s with data files on them. (games) They can be executed via a PlayStation 2 console. They also have copy protection schematics like LibCrypt.
DVD Video’s are DVD’s with movie files on them (still files, yet different kind of files). They can be played via a DVD player. (And yes, a PlayStation 2 is also a DVD player). They also have copy protections schematics, but they are called CSS.
Now read the two alinea’s carefully again. Notice the difference?
That region thingie:
US Playstations will not accept Japan games or vice versa. A nifty tool like the swapmagic will make it accept original games from another region.
DVD Video’s may also be region locked. This is however a totally complete other region system and has nothing to do with Playstation regional settings regarding Playstation games.
On to the backup thingie:
If you want to backup Playstation 2 discs, you need dvd- and some tool that will help you get rid of that pesky LibCrypt. Then you need to force your PlayStation to accept these unprotected backups.
If you want to backup DVD Video’s you need a blank disc and some tool that will help you get rid of that pesky CSS. Since it’s a movie file you could also recode it in a smaller format so that your movie will fit on a single layer disc.
Notice the difference again? Now off you go in to the wide world and make me proud.