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Using Folder2iso to generate ISO for DVD

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#1
Given a downloaded 7G DVD file which can be played on PC. When using Folder2iso v1.4 to generate ISO, I got a 4G ISO. I tried to burn this 4G ISO to DVD, and it turned out there are only 2.5 episodes while there are 9 in the 7G file.
How can I make it right to generate a 7G ISO out of a downloaded 7G DVD file. Shrink it (with DVD Shrink?) and burn it to a 4.7G DVD?
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#2
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Given a downloaded 7G DVD file

Is it in a VIDEO_TS folder?

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#3
Yes it is. There are VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS in the folder. While AUDIO_TS is empty and all the files are in VIDEO_TS.
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#4
miltex Suspended due non-functional email address
Open with dvd shrink (orig folder, video ts) and use shrink to make an iso, burn iso to disc with imgburn

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#5
I tried using DVD shrink to open the original file, but it showed "VOB date error". I searched on the net and found that 7G original file could be a problem for DVD shrink and Folder2iso can be helpful.
I feel Folder2iso shows "All Done" while processing generating ISO only half done. It just stopped and showed "All Done".
#6

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#7
WOW. What a great program FixVTS is!
After ran the file with FixVTS, it can be opened with DVD shrink. And no need to use Folder2iso.
Great! Thank you so very much MysticE.
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