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DVD Shrink Error

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This is the third topic I've posted in this section in a week, and this is the first week I've ever even gone into this section ... wow ...

Well, anyway, I'm trying to rip my DVDs of TAKEN onto my computer to attempt a ridiculously complicated edit that will probably never get done. But the problem is, although Disc 1, 2, 4, and 5 all ripped fine, disc 3 keeps giving me this error when it gets to 50% on the initial analysis:

DVD Shrink encountered an error and cannot continue.

Failed to read file "E:\"

Data error (cyclic reduncancy check).


That's if I try to do a full disc backup. If I use the Re-Author feature, I get this error when I try to put Title 1 in there:

DVD Shrink encountered an error and cannot continue.

Failed to read file "E:\"

Copy Protection Error - The read failed because the sector is encrypted.


Burning with NERO is disabled, analysis is not running in low-priority mode, all previews are disabled, and "enable overlapped I/O" is enabled (I tried changing that the first time it didn't work, and it didn't make a difference, so I left it).

Any help with this?

ChainsawAsh disappears a lot - bkev

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Two possible scenarios:

1: The DVD is scratched
2: The copy protection/key on that particular DVD isn't being cracked by DVD Shrink. Do you have AnyDVD? You might want to download the trial and give it a shot.
MeBeJedi: Sadly, I believe the prequels are beyond repair.
JediRandy: They're certainly beyond any repair you're capable of making.


MeBeJedi: You aren't one of us.
Go-Mer-Tonic: I can't say I find that very disappointing.


JediRandy: I won't suck as much as a fan edit.
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Another way is to copy the DVD to your harddisk via DVDDecrypter and Shrink it from there.
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I'm not trying to shrink it, I'm trying to rip it.

And I didn't think about DVD Decrypter ... I never reinstalled it after reformatting my hard drive ... I'll try it.

ChainsawAsh disappears a lot - bkev

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Check the disc surface for fingerprints or scratches; give it a clean if necessary.

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