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Behind Enemy Lines -- Help

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by ally100, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. ally100

    ally100 Member

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    I have ripped Behind Enemy Lines with DVDDecrypter. The whole disc is only 3.88 Gb therefore no need for DVD2One. I then went to Nero6 to burn to DVD-R but Nero does not like the files, just prior to the burn process it shows a warning of 'DVD-Video files compliance test failed. The resulting DVD-Video might be unplayable. Do you want to continue'.
    I didn't continue the burn. I then decided to rip only the movie this time (same method) but Nero gave the same warning when trying to burn the disc.

    Any ideas how to copy this movie.

    The files on my HD playfine in Power DVD, with and without the extras.

    Cheers Ally.
     
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    Well you have removed the extras, so Nero finds some VOB files in the .IFO file which do not exist, so it stops.

    Use DVD Shrink to remove the menus as it creates a new, valid IFO file.
     
  3. ally100

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    Thanks for the reply.
    I have also ripped it without removing anything, all extras still there but I still get the same message. Never had this problem before !!!
     
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    No need for all that......

    I did it using Dvd decrypter ONLY...

    Read in ISO read mode.
    Then burned back in ISO write mode...

    Worked like a charm......it was that simple...._X_X_X_X_X_[small]Beware of the Pixies - they move in over night and turn your life upside down

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  5. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    all discs under 4.36Gb can be done easily w/ [bold] DVD Decrypter [/bold] like that !! [as baabaa quite rightly stated]

    it was how I burnt my first back up many moons ago [bold]; ) [/bold]
     
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    Hey herbs (a little off topic)...can you remember back then with dvd decrypter/smartripper and ifoedit/cce/dvd2avi/rempeg/nero were the key tools to use (for dvd9's anyway).......absolutely amazed me HOW quick it has all moved on in such a short while.....

    Just reminissing.....
     
  7. koola

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    Check out my guide for DVD Decrypter if you are stuck ally100. Link below :D
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    I sure do Paul , it seems so easy now : )

    lol
     
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    Yeah, I don't know about you but I feel the 'challenge' is not there now.....just quick and easy steps - due to the cool s/ware around now......

    It is a shame really cos I think it would still benefit people to go through the initial 'nightmare' we all encountered in the 'virgin' months......at least so they could lose their hair aswell as what I did....LOL.....

    ally100 - have you got a result yet?
     
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    Dear all,

    Many thanks for all your replies. I eventually had to burn just the movie. Somewhere on the disc there is something Nero doesn't like. I don't know what it is. If anyone has this movie, give it a go, I would love to know what is on there to cause this slight problem. Once again cheers guys.

    Ally.
     

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