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Old 11-07-2010, 06:32 PM
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These seem to be the preferred ripper/decoder on this board. I have downloaded DCD43 three times and keep getting and error messge "This version is not compatible with 64 bitss Windows edition:.

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The DVD43 program seems to support 32-bit OS only which pretty clearly explains the error message (and vice versa lol )

The plug-in says it's for 64-bit systems, but I don't know what the plug-in does.



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Old 11-12-2010, 10:16 AM
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Is there another decoder that is compatible with Win 7? I have a long trip for Thanksgiving coming and I have 2 DVD's that I have yet to watch and the trip would do nicely with it taken up with two movies!
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I am also trying to get the Handbrake/DVD43 combo working on my Win7 64-bit machine with no luck.

Apparently, DVD43 is not working (at leas now) with 64bit win7; got the error msg with install, but tried Handbrake anyway without success.

I tried installing the DVD43 plug-in (which does appear to install OK), but Handbrake would not recognize the DVD in the drive with this plug-in. Sounds like the plug-in is a new thing, so Handbrake may eventually be able to use it.

Any suggestions? I own a copy of Xilisoft that works very nice for a number of jobs; but can't find anyway for it to rip DVDs & include the 5.1 audio with the rip. I understand that Handbrake can do this, but appears that DVD43 hasn't quite caught up with Win7.



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I've been using DVDFab on Win7-64 without issue. I *think* the trial lets you decrypt indefinitely, just doesn't let you burn or use any of the advanced options, which is fine for using in combination with Handbrake.
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Ah, yes, the decryption portion is free, in fact I just found they have a dedicated decrypter here: DVDFab HD Decrypter. Free to Decrypt DVD and Blu-ray, free to Copy DVD and Blu-ray.
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Very cool. Downloading now, will try it out (as soon as the wife gives up the Desktop ). I'd looked at DVDFab (as a 30-yr computer programmer, not opposed to buying software ), but could not tell if it would do rips with 5.1 audio, which handbrake appears to do.

I'll try the DVDFab decrypter w/Handbrake & see how it goes....

As another note, just finished successfully installing DVD43 on my Win 7 (32-bit) netbook. However, when I tried to run Handbrake, got an error message that my screen resolution is not high enough (need 1024x620 for Handbrake, my max is 1024 x 600).....argh!



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....excellent....much thanks.

Ran DVDFab; inserted The Last Waltz; it "scanned" the DVD. Handbrake is running now with a default ATV preset. Will have to experiment with some audio settings next.

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