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Having proiblems ripping from DVDD then using Shrink

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by bcnn, May 1, 2005.

  1. bcnn

    bcnn Member

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    I just bought a movie, and was trying to archive it, when I used Shrink first it said copy right protected, so I used the search file and found somthing by "Scuba Pete" which gave me a step by step how to use DVDD to rip then to use Shrink to get it to size for archiving.

    IT worked on the ripping but when I went back and made a file for the movie to be placed into VIDEO_TS I got this message when I tried to have shrink find it :[bold]Failed to open file C:\VIDEO_TS\VIDEO_TS.IFO[[/bold] then it states: can not find file.

    any help on this is greatly apreciated.(sp)
     
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    zenarrrow Regular member

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    bcnn Member

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    Hmmm, are you trying to say make a f drive instead? if not I don'r know what an F file is to read it.
     
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    squizzle Active member

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    There is a program called IFOEdit that might help you out. In this program click open, find the first IFO file in your VIDEO_TS folder, then click Get VTS Sectors I think it is....Make sure you tell it to save changes in same location. That should fix any problems you might have with your IFO files.
     
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    zenarrrow Regular member

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    When you use decrypter in the mode tab when you click on it file f drops down along with iso click file f to rip your movie to the harddrive then shrink will recognize it. try this guise if you have problems. http://home.comcast.net/~bbmayo/reccomended.html Good luck!! ---zen-->
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    Your ripped file ... Is it one large file (an ISO) or many files in a folder (a video_ts folder)?
     

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