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DVDfab & Folder2iso Help

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Zenwarior, Jun 26, 2005.

  1. Zenwarior

    Zenwarior Member

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    I couldn't make a backup of Millenium Season 1 disc 2 with Shrink & DVD Decrypter.
    I read in my email about DVDFAB & Folder21iso. Everything worked fine and I used DVD Decrypter to burn to the DVD-R and the DVD worked on my computer, but when I brought it over to my DVD Player it showed an unsupported dormat. I have the Panasonic HD 95 which normally plays everything I ever put in it.

    Now I am wondering if the DVD-R needs a special finalization. I know that DVD Decrypter always finalized my DVDs in the past so I am confused.

    Can anyone help with this problem? It plays on the computer, but not on the home player!!!

    First time this ever happened.

     
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    It sounds as though the player doesn't like the media. What brand and type of media did you use and at what speed did you burn?
     
  4. Rotary

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    hi

    do not use folder2iso to make the dvd structure as this iso format isnt dvd!
     
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    I was planning on trying that program out just for grins,I guess I missed that part....thanks Rotary u da man!
     
  6. Rotary

    Rotary Senior member

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    kool

    i did what you was going to do - hehehe it sucked....
     
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    You saved me a coaster.....I owe ya 1 buddy :)
     
  8. Rotary

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    hi

    i saved me a coaster too, as i iso to load to nero virtual drive to test BEFORE burn, and it wouldnt auto load which was odd? so i used same files on/in tmpgenc dvd author to make iso and it flew along nicely - as always...
     
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    hi

    have you tried one this way? i am doing one now to see if the udf is missing...
     
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    Let us know how it goes...I'm running a bit low on blanks...dont wanna waste one ;)
     
  12. Rotary

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    hi it may have something to do with no audio folder as i didnt make one! so i will try one with and one without!

    back in a mo....
     
  13. attar

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    I used Folder2iso to create an iso, then used UltraIso to extract the files back to a folder.It sure looked like the same structure as the original DVD ;)
    I never committed to burning it to disk.Merely satisfied myself that the guide worked and was available if needed.
     
  14. Rotary

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    hi

    yup well spotted ** attar ** you de man!

    need the video ts and the audio ts both inside another folder called anything then load anything to folder2iso, and bobs your attar!

    CHEERS BUDDY

    i will use it now! infact i already posted to someone to use it!!! hehehe....

    be great with divxtodvd > dvd shrink > folder2iso > dvd decrypter for avi or mpeg encoding as all 4 apps free!!!

    EXCELLANT ATTAR!
     
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    The DVDFAB seemed to work fine. I now need a program that will create an .iso file in DVD format so I can use DVD Decrypter.

    Does anyone know of one that will do what I am trying to do?

    Thanks

     
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  17. Zenwarior

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    Hi Rotary

    I did all that with the 2 directories. It made the DVD and I was able to view it on the computer, but not on the home Panasonic player.
    Someone said Folder21iso does not make DVD format.

    I did have the directory down right and I had an iso file, but it wouldn't play on the Panasonic.

    I use Prodata Discs from SuperMedia and I tried it on TDK also.

    No luck

    Any help?

     
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    Zenwarior:
    Previously I had not completed the burning of the disk after using Folder2Iso, this time I saw it through and lo, the resultant disk is ignored by my standalone player(Toshiba SD3860), but playable on the PC.
    I shall have to re-read the guide more closely,however,someone else can sacrifice a perfectly good Taiyo Yuden :)

    Used DVDFABdecrypter to rip
    Folder2iso to create iso
    Dvddecrypter to burn.

     
  19. jim_dandy

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    I had the same results...plays on my computer, but wont play in my standalone panasonic...ive been told panasonics are fussy little devils,I wish I had known that before I bought 3 of them. LOL
     
  20. Rotary

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    hi

    guys so it may be a problem after all? ok,i will waste a disc and get back to you!

    my iso plays in a virtual drive on pc, but will burn and try it!

    also i will check udf structure i think too!

    back in a mo!
     
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    hi

    ok i didnt burn it! look below to see it does not make a UDF file structure! so i aint wasting a disc!

    it only makes joliet/iso standard and rock ridge! not UDF.

    picture 1 is an ISO made from Dvd Decrypter main movie only rip

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    Picture 2 is an ISO made from Dvd Shrink on full dvd backup to iso rip

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    Picture 3 is an ISO made with Folder2Iso mian movie only rip

    [​IMG]
     

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