Don't forget to add the registry hack to get POS updates. Feb 20, Version: Windows 7 bit Ease of use: I still used DVD Shrink because of its reautor feature. I used it for the movies I bought for the kids.
The boys require this functionality, insert the disk and the movie should start playing automatically Windows 10 bit Ease of use: Mar 28, Version: Windows 8 bit Ease of use: Dec 13, Version: Windows 7 Ease of use: What's with the 1's across the board? Value for money is a 1??? Though it is no longer updated it still will rip many dvds, especially older ones and there still is no better free compressor of dvds.
This is still the software that other rippers are judged by. Give it some love dude. Dec 11, Version: Dec 10, Version: Sep 24, Version: Sep 9, Version: Perhaps the industry is not applying all protections any more. These two DVD's I have are made in Canada so I don't know if is by country instead of region perhaps this might be due to the fair copyright protest that has been happening in Canada for the past 3 years, but however DVD shrink 3.
Sep 17, Version: Vista Ease of use: It's also very useful as a reauthor tool. It's also fairly easy to learn how to use. There are a few quirks. For example I always leave it in DVD-9 mode, because there is a minor bug in DVD-5 mode where the total file size may not be calculated correctly.
I know the maximum that can be burnt to a single layer DVD is MB and edit things accordingly, if I'm intending to burn to a single layer disc. It helps to use RipIt4Me in 1-click mode as a predecessor just to see if the movie is protected. If not protected, DVD Shrink works great. If protected, use DVDFab first. This also gets rid of unreferenced cells. Then I use ImgBurn to burn to disc. DVD Decrypter may also be the only way to rip or recover damaged discs.
Otherwise the above procedure works like a charm! Of course that's an alternate method to try in case the usual methods fail, but I've never had to use it. Sep 16, Version: WinXP Ease of use: I use it with AnyDVD and it works just fine.
Sep 13, Version: Sep 28, Version: It just works, and it's great. Oct 31, Version: Nov 6, Version: May 18, Version: Works perfectly for that. Mar 20, Version: WinME Ease of use: I just installed the 3. Shrink a self made 7.
I also ripped and shrink another self made DVD and it is working just fine. Feb 25, Version: Could reliably work around it by underclocking my processor back to 2. Recently replaced by system memory and presto, no more crashing when using processor at full speed.
I had one old memory stick that was reporting wierd speed in system resource utilities. My guess is either a bad stick or mismatched sticks. I had three that I removed and replaced with 2 larger and identical sticks. Hope this helps - the crashing problem bugged the hell out of me for the many months I had it. Apr 26, Version: Apr 22, Version: Do you use DVD Shrink? Instead copy it to your harddisk and import it from there to Nero Apr 16, Version: Crashing with Nero problem.
Make sure you have split vobs checked in preferences Apr 16, Version: Mar 18, Version: Of all the software ive used over the years,this is one of the best. Ive backedup roughly 70 dvds using it and id say out of all of those films,2 or 3 have been faulty.
Mar 17, Version: I started having the problem after upgrading Nero to the latest version v6. Will probably end up rolling back to v6. Feb 22, Version: This still is the best. Jan 2, Version: It will give a error in the menu structure. Bot for the rest: Oct 13, Version: For what it does and how it accomplishes that, has to be one of the best of the best.
Aug 16, Version: Win2K Ease of use: