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Old 18th July 2007, 11:57 PM
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k9copy problem

well, i got k9copy running the other night. and shrunk one of my dvd's to test it. the new DVD burned fine, played perfectly, cept on my xbox, but oh well. and it copied really fast, never had a DVD shrink and burn so fast on my laptop, i figure thats becuz ata_piix was installed or something. even windows cant get the drives on my inspiron 9300 to read/write that fast.

anyway, was trying to get dvdrip working, couldnt get it installed, but then i noticed k9copy can rip as well. so i tried to rip the same movie, and it seemed to go through the transcoding process........but never saved a file

so whats going on, it wont save and avi when it transcodes, anyone else had this issue?


i did run it in the console and got this error

mencoder: error while loading shared libraries: libtwolame.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

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