DVD Copying

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Ok i am a rookie when it comes to new products, so i would be greatful if someone could help me with my questions, im sorry about the layout and number of questions but i am so %^$£king confussed with the different web sites lol.

Ok i have just bought a DVD+RW, now then, i have worked out that i need DVD+r and DVD+RW to record onto. Does DVDR and DVDRW both work in a normal house hold DVD player (family room version) and also is cheap media a good idea?

Second of all, what exactly is DVD-R & DVD-RW?
if this is too much to xplain, could you please give me a link where i can learn in common english lol.

Third of all, i have been scouting around looking for good programs to copy movies... and if this is illegal well im talking about the movies i made.. :) lol

I have currently using DVD X Copy Platinum & DVD X Rescue, the problem is they stick this stupid front end on all copys displaying a disclaimer. and second of all it wont copy its own copys.
so could you further assist me with a good program that copies perfect movies with no crap

thankyou so much,

p.s give me a email address to donate too!
(paypal)

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01-20-2004 06:11 PM
XianDrinker

1 YES THEY WILL
2 DVDR WRITE ONCE FUCK UP THROW IT AWAY OR PUT YOUR CUP OF TEA ON IT.DVDR-W WRITE ON IT THEN WIPE IT AND START AGAIN (RE-WRITE).
3 DVD DECRYPTER ONE OF THE BEST (ALSO FREE)AND DVD2ONE (ALSO FREE).
GOOD SITE DVDRHELP.COM ONE OF THE BEST A++++++


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07-02-2004 12:37 PM
jabbadi

is your dvdrw a dual type writer (can it write to both dvd-r and dvd+r?)

i have a dual writer and i first wrote a home movie onto a dvd+r, tried that in the dvd player in the living room and got “no disc” so then i tried dvd-r and that works fine

for backing up your own dvds you could use dvd decrypter to get the contents of the dvd onto your computer, then use a program called InstantCopy to shrink the contents so that they’ll fit onto a dvd-r, and then use InstantCopy again to write to the dvd (it doesn’t add anything like disclaimers etc), if you have to shrink the dvd files then you will lose some quality, the only way around this is if you buy a dual-layer dvd writer, which have only just come out! they allow you to write up to 8.5gb to a dvd instead of the usual 4.7

i haven’t tried copying a copy though i’m afraid.

hope some of that helped!

email is viper_fu2@hotmail.com if you didnt understand the above lol reply

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07-02-2004 01:04 PM
FU2

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