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So are the fipper DVDs a no go?

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  • kav2001c
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    Re: So are the fipper DVDs a no go?

    I had one flipper dvd work, but both sides were ID as the wrong movie
    So side A registers movie B, side B registers movie A

    I also have seen some bizarre errors where side A works, but side B is not recognized

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  • Rex Strother
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    Re: So are the fipper DVDs a no go?

    Two-sided discs do sometimes work. Sometimes both sides read - sometimes only one of the two sides reads.

    I've had 2-3 disc sets where the actual movie disc didn't read - but for some reason the Bonus Features or Special Features disc read as the movie. I've had BR + DVD sets where the BR didn't read, but the DVD read as the BR.

    I've had single discs that give you access to up to 14 other movies by the same leading actor (Elvis is one, Bing Crosby is another), but those 14 movies did not include the title of the disc in the drive!

    I've had PAL discs from the UK and France and Germany read, when a US disc does not. Basically - it's throw all the spaghetti at the wall and see what sticks.

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  • MovieLover500
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    Re: So are the fipper DVDs a no go?

    Yeah, there are some that work with the software, but they're in the minority (I would guess maybe 20% of the ones I've tried?). Make sure to try both sides, though, as sometimes it will only work on one of the two sides.

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  • MattO
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    Re: So are the fipper DVDs a no go?

    Some double sided DVDs work fine with home D2D. I think there were some where I needed to use a competing D2D program to get them converted, though.

    I've done probably 8 D2D transactions and I've never had my discs stamped. That's going to vary by location, but I suspect most don't care about that step anymore.
    Last edited by MattO; 07-26-2016, 11:42 AM. Reason: typo

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  • madmod20061
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    Re: So are the fipper DVDs a no go?

    Originally posted by NJScorpio View Post
    I have many double sided DVDs, and I've read that they aren't compatible with the at home D2D software.

    But, I heard they stamp your disc if you bring it to the store...how would that work?
    The stamp they are supposed to use (If they use one at all) is a round stamp that goes around the inner circle of your disc so it doesn't touch the playing surface or artwork at all.

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  • NJScorpio
    started a topic So are the fipper DVDs a no go?

    So are the fipper DVDs a no go?

    I have many double sided DVDs, and I've read that they aren't compatible with the at home D2D software.

    But, I heard they stamp your disc if you bring it to the store...how would that work?
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