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Thread: overwriting the anti-piracy

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    hi, sometimes as you know you are unable to overwrite the cd protection when you are copying a dvd. So i was wondering does anyone know how to block this or something, isn't there that butoon that you press to stop it enabling like ctrl or something. i use dvd shrink and it sometimes comes up with that cd protection thing and when i press ctrl it somes up with another error half way through. So i was wondering if you guys know how to overcome this problem?

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    dvd decrypter

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    does it overcome the cd protection? how?

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    visit their site and find out

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    I like to use a program called CloneDVD. http://www.elby.de/products/clone_dvd/index.html It's the easiet to use of any I've tried.

    I forgot that it doesn't overcome protection. For that, you can install a program called AnyDVD. It just runs all the time and elimintates all encryption. It also lets you play any region dvd. I think it's made by the same company http://www.slysoft.com/en/anydvd.html
    Last edited by FinalTheorem; 04-28-2005 at 12:27 AM. Reason: Added info

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    Copy the whole DVD with DVD Decrypter to your HD then use DVD shrink to resize the DVD
    Last edited by {I}{K}{E}; 04-28-2005 at 12:30 AM.

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    Couldn't DVD shrink just do this on its own?

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    Quote Originally Posted by orcutt989
    Couldn't DVD shrink just do this on its own?
    not always, no

    Do as IKE says, and you can't go wrong. (make sure you are using the latest versions)

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    thanks guys i've heard the way ike uses is quite a good way, but sounds complicated. i am interested in that anydvd finalthereom suggested

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    It's definitely the simplest way I’ve seen. I've tried using the other methods, thinking they'd have better quality or something, but I can't tell the difference. Check out the websites, they have free trial versions so you can see if you like it. If you do like it, buy them, or do something else…

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