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DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by flyguy8, May 2, 2004.

  1. flyguy8

    flyguy8 Member

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    I am sure this info is here somewhere but I have looked for 30 mins and not found what I am looking for. I have used DVD Shrink to copy the dvd onto my hard drive. Now I am about to use DVD Decrypter to burn the file. When I go to get the file there are two named Audio_TS and Video_TS. Have I done this wrong?? The Audio file is empty, but I wanted to make sure I have ripped these coprrectly first.

    Any info would help as I am still on the learning curve.


    Cheers

    And thankyou again for all of you for your useful information...
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    The audio file should be empty and is only used for for DVD-Audio discs. Just burn the VIDEO_TS one...
     
  3. woof811

    woof811 Regular member

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    yes you have gone about it the wrong way mate.
    first off use shrink to backup your dvd in iso mode :-
    1, open shrink and analyze your dvd .
    2, select backup.
    3, select target device and choose iso disc image .
    4, tick the tick box that says launch dvd decrypter to burn output image .
    by following these steps no other action is needed on your part , it will rip , shrink and then burn your backup as iff it was a all in one program , it works for me hope it works for you .
    important - this way of ripping and burning in iso mode will only work iff you are running a ntfs file system such as windows xp or maybe 2000.
    it wont work with a fat 32 file system .
     
  4. flyguy8

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    I am running 2000 but I believe it is a fat 32 system. What part of this will not work?? And what is the best why to do it then??
     
  5. woof811

    woof811 Regular member

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    as oriphus as said you could burn the VIDEO_TS folder but you will need nero to do that as to my knowledge dvd decrypter only burns iso images .
    there is a trial for nero 6 and the guide on how to use it at this site .
    ps . the trial is for 30 days but iff you already have nero then your laughin :eek:)
     
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    woof811 Regular member

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    right iff you have a fat 32 system all you have to do is this :-
    1, open shrink and analyze your dvd .
    2, select backup .
    3, select target device and choose your dvd writer .
    its that simple , dvd shrink will then rip,shrink and burn your dvd using neros burn engine all in one go .
    you will have to have nero installed for this to work .
    because like i said dvd decrypter will only burn iso images , and you cant create iso images big enough with a fat 32 file system , hope i helped :eek:)
     
  7. flyguy8

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    Cheers again I will give it a try

     
  8. Veblin

    Veblin Active member

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    If you want to use DVD Shrink and DVD Decrypter on a FAT 32 file system, then you also need to use another program called AutoShrinkISO. It is a free program that runs both those other two programs and can make split ISO files that will fit on FAT 32 drives.
    http://www.mrbass.org/dvdshrink/autoshrinkiso/
     

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