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    Does anyone have problems copying DVD's from Netflix? I've just gotten my first three DVD's from them and I've gotten "cyclic redundancy check" errors on the first two. Is this going to be typical with Netflix? Anyone else have problems with them? B/c if so....

    I am currently using the combination of DVDShrink and DVDDecrypter.
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    What are you using to copy them? And what movies? I don't think it matters that the DVD's are from Netflix or not...

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    Movies from NF are the same as anywhere else.

    Some movies like Madagascar and others can't be copied with DVD Shrink.

    One-Click DVD is an alternative.

    A friend mine does this for "supplemental income" and has no problems copying ANY movie although he has to use different programs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip The Jacker
    What are you using to copy them? And what movies? I don't think it matters that the DVD's are from Netflix or not...
    DVD Shrink.

    Saw 2 and Walk the Line.

    I didn't figure that it would matter but I thought I'd ask. I first checked around on the DVD Shrink forum for answers but 99% of the posts there about this error stated that the cause was from scratches or something similar. Since Walk the Line came out today and I'm the first person to get the disc, and the disc is in mint condition on the back, I second guess this diagnoses.



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    The discs must be scratched or defective. I have decrypted WTL without issues.

    Try using AnyDVD and DVD Decrypter.

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    use dvd decryptor and then if the files wont fit on a dvd use dvd shrink to shrink them.

    p.s. when did this become softwareworld?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider_dude
    p.s. when did this become softwareworld?
    Don't be mean, you know that some people can't use the forum software very well.

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    Use DVDFab Decrypter to rip the DVD disk to your hardrive...then open it in DVD Shrink and compress it to a Disk. DVD shrink works faster and more efficient with DVD files on the hardrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese
    Quote Originally Posted by Spider_dude
    p.s. when did this become softwareworld?
    Don't be mean, you know that some people can't use the forum software very well.
    Quoted for teh funny

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    Thanks for the replys, but three of you recommended DVD Shrink. Did you read the thread? That's the software that's giving me the problems.

    Perhaps I'll look into DVD Fab as that's what a lot of recommendations were on the DVD Shrink forum also.



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