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Old 6 Apr 2006, 01:52 AM   #1
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Do you still need to ripp the DVD with Decrypter or Shrink first,even if you using RB Pro ???
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Old 6 Apr 2006, 01:57 AM   #2
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YES

use dvd decrypter in file mode or use the PSL2 plugin via pgcedit in case you're facing problems with protection schemes
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Old 6 Apr 2006, 02:02 AM   #3
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Read this link. If I understand correctly the answer is no. It has its own decrypter.http://www.bitburners.com/Guides/DVD...builder_Pro/3/. U will need to scroll down the page a little ways. Hope this helps. Welcome to the forum. Unless of course u face protection problems like UncasMS said earlier and the decrypter in your program doesnt do the job.
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rebuilder cannot DECRYPT thus you will have to take care of this process with another tool like decrypter, which is the one and only imho
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rebuilder cannot DECRYPT thus you will have to take care of this process with another tool like decrypter, which is the one and only imho
I agree and to make it clearer, all commercial movie DVD's have some form of protection on them (CSS, RPC) and DVD-RB can read only plain unprotected files. Therefore you need to remove the protection first, in order to use RB.
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Old 6 Apr 2006, 06:40 PM   #6
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What about RB Loader dont it work like they say it does?
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What about RB Loader dont it work like they say it does?
It does work but I wouldn't want to strain the drive as it is much slower than reading of a hard disk. I rather rip for 10-15 minutes first. Also, I don't think it will work with Arcoss DVD's.
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Talking-2 hello rudi.puhar@t-2.

so sorry i miss understood about the rb loader. just goes to show u cant assume anything. thank u experts 4 gently setting me straight. again please accept my deepest apology. will pay better attention next time.
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