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Old 24th November 2006, 14:20   #1  |  Link
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Ice Age 2 Problem

I searched everywhere but I must be the only one with this issue...

I decrypted the movie without a single problem but...

When I load it in DVD Shrink and reauthor, the titles (there are 2 identical ones) play upside down.

Anyone know how to cure this problem?

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Old 24th November 2006, 17:41   #2  |  Link
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Hi!

What software and procedures did you use to decrypt the DVD?

What Region is your DVD?

This DVD requires no special/newer ripping programs. It's actually BETTER to rip it directly with DVD Decrypter v.3.5.4...

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Old 24th November 2006, 17:53   #3  |  Link
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Nevermind, the end result works 100%.
Still odd that it shows upside down in Shrink.
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Sounds like your video renderer in DVD Shrink is set incorrectly. Change it in your preferences. If you play it in a software player like Media Player Classic or Power DVD, I doubt you'll have this issue.

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Well, I found the same. But burned the first to disk,(dvd). It plays great. My littel mouse loves it.
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Old 28th November 2006, 19:13   #6  |  Link
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Sounds like your video renderer in DVD Shrink is set incorrectly. Change it in your preferences. If you play it in a software player like Media Player Classic or Power DVD, I doubt you'll have this issue.

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That was it.
Strange because I would never go in there to change it.

Thanks, I thought I stumbled on some fancy new copy protection.
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Do you take Ambien sleeping pills?

It makes me do stuff and I never remember it.
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smegma11 - rule 3 is pertinent this time.

In your short time posting, after having been here a year, you have managed to break the rules in almost every post.

Strike issued.

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well i had no problems using anydvd & shrink. nothing else needed. as a matter of fact that's all i use with the exception of disc 6 of star trek next generations. i had to use ripit4me/decriptor/shrink. worked flawlessly except for the added time it took.

there maybe a better end result using other programs, but shrink works great for me.
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try vso always works 4 me
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