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DVD-RAM Ripping

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by alcoholik, Aug 30, 2004.

  1. alcoholik

    alcoholik Member

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    Hi,

    I have a Panasonic EMR-50 Recorder on which I have recorded loads of different (music) videos using DVD-RAM (which gives me added flexibility when editing etc). I now want to "rip" them to my Hard drive on my pc so I can then eventually convert/store them as avi's etc. only I cannot get any software (Smart Ripper, DVD Shrink etc) to acknowledge the disc as one which I can rip. I can play the disk using WinDVD. A friend told me I can just rename the file as an avi and copy up to my HDD, but all the track pointers disappear when I do that (i.e. I cannot forward/rewind/skip/scan/search etc).

    Anybody help?

    My drive is the LG GSA-4120BA Dual Layer 8.5GB 12x DVD +/-R/RW/DVD-RAM

     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    What format are the files in? If standard ripping apps aren't seeing them chances are they're in the wrong format and will need to be converted.
     
  3. alcoholik

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    The only thing on the disk is a folder called DVD_RTAV, and in there are 3 files:
    VR_MANGR.BUP (50KB)
    VR_MANGR.IFO (50KB)
    and
    VR_MOVIE.VRO (3GB)

    Thanks
     

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