Problem with playback of copied DVD

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Olushola, Dec 21, 2003.

  1. Olushola

    Olushola Guest

    The DVD's I copied with DVD Shrink will only play on a Philips DVD 727. I
    tried them on other players to no avail.
    However, DV files that I encoded with TMPGenc and authored and burned with
    DVD Author plays on all players. So it does not "seem" to be a problem with
    the media.

    Can anyone help me with this ?

    Olushola
     
    Olushola, Dec 21, 2003
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  2. Olushola

    Sanman Guest

    Perhaps a copy pertection sceme is in place. Try using DVD Decrypter to rip
    the DVD, than burn it with it.

    Sanman
     
    Sanman, Dec 21, 2003
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  3. Olushola

    Whisper Guest


    Why don't you try paying for them you thieving ****......
     
    Whisper, Dec 21, 2003
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  4. Olushola

    Olushola Guest

    I'll be at your doorstep in the morning and we can then discuss this
    face-to-face
     
    Olushola, Dec 21, 2003
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  5. Olushola

    Olushola Guest

    Perhaps a copy pertection sceme is in place.

    If that is so, I would think they would not play in the Philips. Something
    else that may be a contributing factor is that I used my TDK burner as the
    player as well. My DVD player went bad in my laptop, although the CDRW
    capability still exists. How can this be, are they both the same physical
    device?

    thank

    Olushola
     
    Olushola, Dec 21, 2003
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  6. Olushola

    Sanman Guest

    Why don't you shut up and mind your own business. I make backups of DVDs
    all the time because my kids are rough with them. It's legal, there are
    legal programs on the market to do this, so shut up and run along.

    Sanman
     
    Sanman, Dec 22, 2003
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  7. Olushola

    Sanman Guest

    I have made copies that will play in my stand alone, but not in the DVD
    burner that made them, and vise versa, due to some copy protection error.
    Try my suggestion. Sometimes you just have to play around until you find
    the fault.

    Sanman
     
    Sanman, Dec 22, 2003
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