I have a friend's miniDVD disc here (from one of those POS cameras) that has a hairline crack in it. I have read it (in IFO mode) using DVD Decrypter, ignoring the errors which occur (when it trys to read bits near the crack). If I burn it directly, it will not play in any of my DVD players or computers with DVD-ROM or DVD-RW drives (Pioneer writers); if I attempt to put it into DVD Shrink, it shows me the first 8 minutes (there is approximately 30 minutes on the disc), then gives an error; if I attempt to put it into Sonic's MyDVD, (renamed to a .m2v), it begins to load, then freezes; if I attempt to use Ulead DVD Workshop, it loads the video in, I can edit it, but I cannot burn it without getting a recompression error. Does anyone have any ideas on how I can get this burnt or converted to a standard video format that I can re-convert to DVD format to burn? I have Ulead DVD Workshop, Sonic MyDVD, Adobe Premiere 6.0 (and 5.0), and a bunch of other software on the 3 DVD-writing machines here.