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Thread: Rent and Burn?

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    Hi,
    I am new to the forum, but have a question. Has anyone rented movies from Block Buster or any other place than burn them onto an empty DVD-R. You know how some movies from there are not exactly capable of fitting on a 4.7 GB DVD-R. Is there anywayz we can buy the DVD, put it in our DVD-RW and remove the extras so it is able to fit on a DVD-R. Or, do official releases use 4.7 GB discs as well since they have 2 CD's. What's the big secret? What kind of discs do they use and am I able to burn some movies from there onto an empty DVD-R as I can't find few movies I need.

    Regards,
    DiRect

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    yes. dvdshrink is a great piece of software. www.dvdshrink.org

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    Wasn't this just discussed, like yesterday?

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    Hi,
    Couldn't you also use IFOEdit?

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    DiRect

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRect
    Hi,
    Couldn't you also use IFOEdit?

    Regards,
    DiRect
    no need to use IFOEdit.

    Use DVD Shrink

    check out:

    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/showthread.php?t=62423
    Last edited by {I}{K}{E}; 01-28-2005 at 09:36 PM.

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    I prefer to use DVD2ONE just used it on two movies before I saw this post. I ripped 2 dvd's and put them on one disc.

  7. Movies & TV   -   #7
    Hi,
    Are blockbuster movies serial protected? I hear that from a lot of people. They say that when you rent a movie from BlockBuster, you can't burn it. Is that true? I'm not trying to create an AVI file, I just want to take off the extras and burn.

    Regards,
    DiRect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samurai
    Wasn't this just discussed, like yesterday?
    It prolly was, but the whole point of a forum is to politely guide new (or old) people in the right direction. A forum isnt just a database of crap, its fun to interact with people, otherwise we could all just go read a book for all the answers we need.

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    Orrrrrrrrrrr... we could all try searching. Y'know like normal people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRect
    Hi,
    Are blockbuster movies serial protected? I hear that from a lot of people. They say that when you rent a movie from BlockBuster, you can't burn it. Is that true? I'm not trying to create an AVI file, I just want to take off the extras and burn.

    Regards,
    DiRect
    I have never tried a blockbuster movie, but one odd thing i have noticed about their movies:

    I have a freind whos DVD player wont play blockbuster movies, but it will play svcd's. The only thing i can figue is there must be some kinda protection on the disc's. And yes, his player is new......still wierd tho.

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