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dvdfab hd and fixvts errors

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by kkapp, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. kkapp

    kkapp Member

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    I have had some issues when running fixvts after ripping a dvd with dvdfab hd, when I run the cleaner I get an read/wright error on some of the files. it is not all of them nor is it every movie. Anyone have the same issue?
     
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    Never had this problem. Are you sure you're doing the files that were ripped to your HDD?
     
  3. kkapp

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    Umm, yes, I am sure. They are in the folder that I specified fab to output them to and they are named the same as the movie and when I play them in the media player they are that movie.
     
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    I am with dialysis on this one, never had the issue you are having. Only think I can think of is to be sure you are using the latest version of DVDFab 5.2.3.2.
     
  5. kkapp

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    it is that version, had the issue with pirates of the caribbean, u.s. marshals. It will give that error for one file or more files but go on and do the others. Weird
     
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    Can you provide the exact error or a screenshot? I'm most curious as i have not encountered this either.
     

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