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Copying Dual Feature DVD's

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by linuxman, Sep 10, 2004.

  1. linuxman

    linuxman Member

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    Over here in Iraq, the locals have figured out a way tio put 2, 3 and sometimes even 4 full length dvd features on 1 DVD. On a few of them DVDShrink has been able to allow me to copy and burn the dvd. However, most of them say "invalid navigation structure". What they do is have a root menu that allows you to choose which movie you want to watch, then it takes you to a title menu where you play, watch the extras, etc.

    When using dvdXcopy, I get an error that says unable to read VOB, and with Intervideo DVDCopy2 It seems to copy all of the disk (approx 4.2 gb) but I only see the 1st feature. Also with DVD Decrypter and smart ripper, all I am able to rip off is the 1st feature on the dvd.

    Any Ideas on what I might use to get both, or all of the features off of these dvd's?

    Thanks
    Linuxman
     
  2. Jerry746

    Jerry746 Senior member

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    I assume that these dvd are already copies since they have 3-4 movies on them. You don't need to decrypt them again. Just try using a straight disc copy feature like in Nero or Roxio. No need to rip it again. Good luck and keep your head down over there.

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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    Your best bet is what Jerry suggested ... disc copy with Nero or Roxio.

    Take care.

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  4. linuxman

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    You know, it is amazing what you can do when you simplify the task. Thanks guys!!

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