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Thread: How to copy Lord of the Rings?

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    I borrowed the three Lord of the Rings DVDs from a mate, how do I copy them?

    Free software only please.

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    dvd shrink or dvd decrypter

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    Quote Originally Posted by backlash View Post
    dvd shrink or dvd decrypter
    Both.

    Rip with DVDShrink to create an ISO image file, then Burn with DVDDecrypter (also called DVDFab)

    If you use this method, make sure to uncheck the following in DVDShrink prior to ripping.

    Edit > Preferences > File I/O > Enable burning with Nero.



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    does dvd decrypter burn better than nero?

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    Quote Originally Posted by backlash View Post
    does dvd decrypter burn better than nero?
    Better? I dunno. I think it's the best. I'm just not a Nero fan.



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    If you want the best quality using freeware->

    Rip the DVDs with DVD Decrypter and encode the DVDs with DVD Rebuilder (HCencoder)

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    Quote Originally Posted by {I}{K}{E} View Post
    If you want the best quality using freeware.

    Rip the DVDs with DVD Decrypter and encode the DVDs with DVD Rebuilder (HCencoder)
    Never heard of it.

    How is it better quality?



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    Thanks for the advice.

    I ripped them to a hard disc with DVD Decrypter, all up, including the 'extras' discs, it came to over 42GB, about 7GB a disc.

    Can I get that back onto single layer discs again? Or do I have to lower the quality?

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    ZYou can compress it all but it will lower the quality you will need to burn dual layer to get full quality or just rip the extras all off and everything else ot try to keep at least 80% of the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ava Estelle View Post
    Thanks for the advice.

    I ripped them to a hard disc with DVD Decrypter, all up, including the 'extras' discs, it came to over 42GB, about 7GB a disc.

    Can I get that back onto single layer discs again? Or do I have to lower the quality?
    That why you should follow my method listed above.

    DVDShrink will shrink the size without losing quality, then you can burn with DVDDecrypter onto a single disc.



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