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I own several Disney movies that my Grandchildren are destroying day by day. Ive tried making copies of them using DVDShrink, but they are copyright

protected of course, so they cannot be copied. I then tried to use FixVTS but had no luck with that program either. To be truthful I didnt understand the hows to very well and therefore probably didnt do it right. I opened the movies "VTS_TS.VOB" file within the FixVTS program like it said to do, checked "In Place (no backup)" box, hit the "Cleanup" key and then a message of "cannot copy/rewrite" (or something like that) came back. I also tried using "Full DVD", but got the same message. What am I doing wrong, if anything??

Asked by: greg2887, 16 Jun 2010 11:42

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scorpNZ (2187)

DVDFAB HD Decrypter is free to rip with no time limit unlike anydvd.
http://www.dvdfab.com/en/hd-decrypter.htm

if you intend to place the data on a dvd5 you can use menushrink to remove any animations the menus may have it will save a fair bit of space anyhing from 0mb-300mb,its free

ratdvd also free see guides at top of page for instructions on all progs listed

16 Jun 2010 13:47
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download AnyDVD, that will remove all copy protections then use CloneDVD to copy the movie.

16 Jun 2010 12:18

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