Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by mimi, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. mimi

    mimi Guest

    I'm very sad. I wasn't able to decrypt and rip DVD of the
    movies "CLOSER and THE MACHINIST" even if I used all the softwares I

    Anybody can help me please????

    mimi, Jun 10, 2005
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  2. mimi

    Jim Guest

    Yeah, here's some advice for you. BUY THE DVD INSTEAD OF TRYING TO STEAL
    IT BY "RIPPING" IT! I'm glad you weren't able to steal it ...
    Jim, Jun 10, 2005
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  3. mimi

    unclejr Guest

    Dude, you need to remember to take your meds... Your position on this
    matter is well-established. Now, move on with your life.

    unclejr, Jun 11, 2005
  4. Aw, poor thing, whayt ever will you do?

    Mr. Pope John Hole III

    The favor of your reply is requested.

    "I once fought for two days with an arrow through my testicle." Kingdom
    of Heaven

    "You would make a destructive god, Mr. Hole, but as a human, you remain
    pathetic and ineffectual." -- Heck
    Mr. Pope John Hole III, Jun 11, 2005
  5. Worked fine here. Buy a new computer.
    Urra Dipschitt, Jun 11, 2005
  6. mimi

    gunner Guest

    I had no problem with Closer using DVDShrink 2.3. That was several months
    ago on a out of box disc. Haven't tried Machinist.

    gunner, Jun 11, 2005
  7. mimi

    Peter Wilson Guest

    I ripped Machinist last week w/DVDShrink. No problem.
    Peter Wilson, Jun 12, 2005
  8. mimi

    Mark Spatny Guest

    His position is not only well established, it is correct. Buy or rent
    the discs instead of stealing them.
    Mark Spatny, Jun 12, 2005
  9. mimi

    unclejr Guest

    I didn't say that I disagreed with him. I was just pointing out that
    I'm tired of his semi-vitriolic whining about it.

    unclejr, Jun 12, 2005
  10. He didn't say you said you disagree with him. He was just pointing out
    that it's not ethical. We're tired of your whining about his whining.
    Urra Dipschitt, Jun 12, 2005
  11. mimi

    unclejr Guest

    Pot. Kettle. Black.

    unclejr, Jun 12, 2005
  12. mimi

    Robin Guest

    Perhaps Mimi already owns the DVD and just wants to store it
    in a digital format that is easy to access on her home
    entertainment network. Screw the MPAA, when I've bought a
    movie, it's my decision how I would like to use it in the
    privacy of my own home.
    Robin, Jun 12, 2005
  13. mimi

    TokaMundo Guest

    It is most likely due to the fact (I suppose here) that the rental
    disc has Soooooo many scratches on it that the bit error rate is
    Sooooo high that it will not get full error free decoding of the
    stream, and the error correction is insufficient to correct it. Then
    the software pukes all over YOU (original poster).

    I can see that the dipshit (YOU) still IS one.

    BUY the disc, then record it. Scratched up rental discs reflect the
    mentality of renters... Care nothing... know nothing... want it all
    free idiots that slam it, cram it, ram it, and jam it... jerks one
    and all.

    MY library is full of PURCHASED discs.

    Stick THAT in your ass and RIP it. RIP it good.
    TokaMundo, Jun 15, 2005
  14. Right...a brand new disc - just released - is sooooo scratched that a
    modern drive can't deal with it. Next...
    Urra Dipschitt, Jun 16, 2005
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    TokaMundo Guest

    Hey, dipshit... It was never stated that the disc was brand new,
    you ignorant dipshit. There are so many things about this you know
    nothing about. You obviously have never seen what happens to rental
    discs. Also, if the disc reader is the person's PC is old, it can
    have numerous read errors on streaming media and still PLAY the disc,
    yet NOT be able to perform operations which require full, correct data
    streams to function. Like ripping. It could be dust on the lens. Get a

    If she didn't BUY the disc, it is most likely NOT new. The reader
    in her drive could also have some age on it.

    It obvious that you don't know what the word "modern" even means.
    The way you mouth off at folks in here proves that you are no more
    than a mere self important (or is that impotent?) idiot. Who's a
    dipshit? YOU ARE! Nearly every element of every post I have ever
    seen your no class ass makes shows it.
    TokaMundo, Jun 16, 2005
  16. mimi

    TokaMundo Guest

    Not too bright, eh?

    The PC's age has nothing to do with it. If you could read,
    you would note that the statement referred to the age of
    the reader, DIPSHIT! That's the DVD ROM reader, since you are soooo
    slow on the uptake.
    TokaMundo, Jun 16, 2005
  17. mimi

    TokaMundo Guest

    You truly are clueless, left field boy.
    TokaMundo, Jun 16, 2005
  18. Kinda like how you can't complete an entire post at once. It's so cute
    how you have to make four posts just to get through your dumbass rant.
    Way to go, genius boy!
    Urra Dipschitt, Jun 17, 2005
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    TokaMundo Guest

    It obviously hit home with your twit brained ass.. Hahahaha....

    You are too easy to lead down the path... Bet ya got earrings and
    tattoos too!
    TokaMundo, Jun 17, 2005
  20. mimi

    TokaMundo Guest

    You're a presumptuous fuktard too! Where did I ever say that I buy
    every movie, and where did I say that I buy ANY movie before even
    seeing it? You're the epitome of the dipshit rental twit, you
    wussified know nothing fuktard!
    TokaMundo, Jun 18, 2005
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