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Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by Tamz, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. Tamz

    Tamz Member

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    i am a new user and after presenting my warm greetings to the forum members, i'll appreciate some help!

    I have ripped a dvd using DVD Shrink. The files are stored on my desktop in tow folders namely audio_ts(which contains no file) and video_ts which has the riped files. I use nero 6 to burn the files on a dvd disk but it gives me an error saying "can't start disk-at-once"..
    can i get rid of this problem in order to be able to copy my dvd or is there any other way tp copy those
    files on a DVD 4.7 gb disk ?

    i use NEC DVD_WR ND-133A, i havent got any problems with it so far!

    thanks for the help !
     
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    LOL.. exactly Veblin !!
    where the hell did ND-133A come from instead of ND-1300A..?

    i still havent got any solution to my problem.

    Can someone also tell me if i can convert those files in video_ts directory into .ISO file, so that i can burn it easily with DVD decrypter or nero ???

    thanks
     
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    You should be able to burn your DVD-Video files using the information in the guides above. If not a log would be helpful to determine what the problem is.

    You could have made a ISO Image File in DVD Shrink originally by setting the Target to that when you selected Backup. You can do the same too by opening the files you already have.
     
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    Ohh yes ..i did it,
    i opened the files and backed up them again as an ISO image and burned it successfully on the disk using DVD decrypter.
    thanksss....

     

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