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Old Mar 22, 2002, 07:31 AM
Legen Legen is offline
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On two movies i have tryed to backup the ripping just stops after 2 or 3 vbo's and never finishes tryed dvd2svcd and smart ripper both stop at same place.
Old Mar 22, 2002, 11:49 AM
TierraDelFuego TierraDelFuego is offline
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Is it just those 2 dvd's or all of them. If it is all of them it could be a few things from the simple like enough hard drive space to buffer problems caused by memory or the drive.

Also do you get any errors when it stops or does the buffer empty and ripping finish.

I can never remember all the progs in dvd2svcd but vstrip and smart ripper are supposed to be the best. Yoou may want to try another to check if any different errors.

Old Mar 23, 2002, 03:10 AM
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Just those two so far juressic park 3 and the patriot i have used dvd2svcd on others and it worked and have also used smart ripper and it worked on other movies havent tryed vstrip yet.

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