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Old Oct 01, 2003, 10:55 AM
BigSi BigSi is offline
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Default Copying a copy....

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If I copy an already copied DVD I tend to use the DVD copy option on Nero. Should I be using this or should I extract the files using Decrypter for example and then burn using Nero DVD-movie option by dragging and dropping the files into the Video_TS folder.
Is there any difference in film quality by doing this or does it not matter which way I do it?
Old Oct 01, 2003, 11:26 AM
Lazza Lazza is offline
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Just use the copy option as you are or make an iso image with DVD Decrypter and burn back with same as shown in guide here:- [url]***********[/url]
Old Oct 01, 2003, 12:47 PM
jesterrace777 jesterrace777 is offline
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Yup as mentioned just burn as an ISO or make an image with any regular DVD Burning program (Recordnow Max, Nero, ect.). Since the DVD is already decrypted any program that supports DVD Writing should do it for you.
Old Oct 02, 2003, 05:41 AM
zombie_barnsley zombie_barnsley is offline
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Any good program will have a wizard to do this eg (record now max)

You can get the sherewhere vershan at [url][/url]

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