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Encoding Error with nero

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by hamillp, Jan 7, 2007.

  1. hamillp

    hamillp Regular member

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    I am having trouble backing up the Man with the Golden Gun. I have ripped it to the hard drive without any problems (I think) but when I run it through Recode or shrink it comes up with an error before it attempts to burn it. here is the error from nero.

    Project type: Main Movie to DVD
    Target size: DVD5 (2282925)

    21:24:18 File LangStreamPatcher.cpp, Line 56
    Command table patching started...

    21:24:18 File LangStreamPatcher.cpp, Line 133
    All tables successfully patched!

    Burn settings:
    Target: PLEXTOR DVDR PX-708A
    Number of copies: 1
    Write speed: 0 KB/s
    Temp folder: C:\Documents and Settings\default\My Documents\Nero Recode (30865776640 bytes free)
    Direct burning: false
    Target media: DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD-RAM, DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL
    Shutdown when finished: false
    Advanced Analysis: false
    Compress Adaptive: false

    21:24:19 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 231
    Compile DVD: init

    VTS_01 Title Vobs [14824 vobus] 4646.49MB -> 4458.68MB [R 0.88]
    Video: 4252.18MB, extra: 206.50MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. 0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 177.55MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 0 streams

    21:24:19 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 1152
    Compile DVD: begin copy 1

    21:24:19 File NeroRecorderBase.cpp, Line 488
    Writing to disc: DVD+R

    21:24:20 File NeroRecorderBase.cpp, Line 502
    Free capacity on disc: 2283092 sectors (2295104)

    21:24:20 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 479
    Compile DVD: burning 2283092 sectors (2282925 required)

    21:24:20 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 656
    Compile DVD: adjust target size to 4459.16MB (4459.16MB obtained)

    21:24:20 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 524
    Compiling DVD Volume started

    21:29:46 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 593
    Added extra file VTS_01_2.VOB

    21:35:17 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 593
    Added extra file VTS_01_3.VOB

    21:38:46 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 381
    An unknown error occurred in the VOB encoder.

    21:38:46 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 382
    Compiling DVD volume failed

    21:38:46 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 301
    Compile DVD: exit

    21:38:46 File burner.cpp, Line 961
    An unknown error occurred in the VOB encoder.
     
  2. laddyboy

    laddyboy Regular member

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    Hi.

    Have you tried using DVD Shrink to see if you get the same error?

    http://www.filehippo.com/download_dvdshrink/


    What did you use to rip the title to your hard disk? DVD Fab Decrypter, DVD Decrypter? Was AnyDVD running? Did you process the ripped file through FixVTS or Vobblanker?


    Edit: corrected dvd shrink link
     
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2007
  3. hamillp

    hamillp Regular member

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    laddyboy:

    got a similar error with shrink as well. used dvdfab to rip to hd. when i ran into the problem, i put the files through both fix vts and vob blanker. after that i tried shrink and recode and still got an error. as a last attempt, i ran it through ripit4me and that appears to have worked. i still don't understand what the problem would be especially since it is an older movie.
     
  4. laddyboy

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    Sometimes the newer programs, since they're designed to overcome some of the fancier protection schemes, do unintended things that cause problems. If the disk didn't have any special protection, ripping with DVD Decrypter or DVD Shrink might have been sufficient in the first place. Ripit4me uses DVD Decrypter with a PSL file if necessary to overcome protections. If it's an older title, it likely doesn't have any special protection and the older programs by themselves are probably sufficient to get the job done.
     
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    hamillp Regular member

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    Thanks Laddyboy. I appreciate the response. I guess I will use DVD Decrypter first now on older movies and move over to DVD Fab only if DVDD can't do it.
     
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    Sounds like a good strategy.
     

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