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Missing VIDEO_TS.ifo error

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by ashkan21, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. ashkan21

    ashkan21 Member

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    Hi,

    I've used Dvd Decrypter in IFO mode to decrypt my DVD. I used IFO mode so that I can generate an XVID using AutoGK. However, I would also like to make a backup copy of my DVD using DVD Shrink. If I decrypt using the IFO mode, I don't get the VIDEO_TS.ifo file and DVD Shrink complains. Is there anyway around this? If I use DVD Decrypter in File mode then I don't have this problem, but I won't be able to generate the XVID.

    Is there anyway to have DVD Decrypter dump these files so that I can use DVD Shrink to generate the backup DVD?

    Thanks.
     
  2. StanH1000

    StanH1000 Regular member

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    Per my earlier post to similar question:
    Try clicking DVD Shrink reauthor first, not open disk or image. That should bring up a "browse" type window on the right side of the Shrink screen, allowing you to choose your VOB files from their location on C: drive. Once all are selected and are on the left side of the Shrink screen, do a "backup". Shrink will create new ifo file as well as compress to fit blank disk..
     
  3. pagandude

    pagandude Guest

    I tried using DVD Shrink3.2 as you said. But when I click Re-author the browser shows Title 1 and not the individual VOB files. How do I get to those? Thanks for the help
     
  4. StanH1000

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    Choose Title 1 and it will move to the left side of the Shrink screen. The do a "BackUp". The target screen will appear giving options to create an ISO burnable with Decryptor, or files burnable with Nero, or files to a Hard Disk Folder. Select the latter and your desired VOBs will be there.
     
  5. pagandude

    pagandude Guest

    Thanks...lots....worked like a charm...really appreciate it
     
  6. ashkan21

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    Thanks for the reply. In my case it turned out that the problem was with the way DVD Decrypter was naming the VOB files. It would add a "_PGC_xx" number that would cause problems with both DVD Shrink and IFOEdit. After renaming the VOB files, everything is ok.
     
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    I have a slightly different problem. I too, rip the DVD using ifo mode, so I don't have the video_ts.ifo file either. I no longer have the DVD. Can I make a backup or burn a playable DVD movie using the VOB files that I ripped with DVDDecrypter/IFO mode?

    Thanks for the help!
     

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