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Requests for guides ? READ here DVD5 / DVD9 / SPLITTING

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  1. sublime77

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    Requests for guides ? READ here DVD5 / DVD9 / SPLITTING

    SIMPLE GUIDE DVD-5 TO DVD+R

    Used: DVD Dycrypter 3.4.1.0
    Nero 5


    Insert the movie you want to copy into your dvd rom tray and load DVD Dycrypter Choose "Mode/ISO/READ R". This will let you know if the DVD is a 1 layer or 2 layer disc(DVD5 or DVD9). If it is a 1 layer it will fit to one DVD+R. Now choose "Mode/File F". Decrypter will highlight the movie for you. Highlight all files since it will fit to one disc. All the files together should be under 4.36 GB. Check the file size, destination and folder name that you want it to create to hold the files. Click the large DVD>Hard drive button. In about 45 minutes the movie will be on your hard drive. Insert your blank media and load your Nero software. Click create a DVD/Other Formats/DVD-Video. Find your ripped DVD files on the right and drop all the files in Nero's VIDEO_TS folder on the left. Check your settings and click burn. I used a +RW disc to make sure that my movies worked before burning to a +R disc. If you have any questions or corrections, let's hear it. I just wanted to make a simple, easy to understand guide becuase all the other guides didn't really give me the exact details I needed to burn the disc correctly with my programs.


    SIMPLE GUIDE - MOST DVD-9 MOVIES TO ONE DVD+R

    Used: DVD Dycrypter 3.4.1.0
    Nero 5
    IFOEDIT 0.95

    Insert the movie you want to copy into your dvd rom tray and load DVD Dycrypter Choose "Mode/ISO/READ R". This will let you know if the DVD is a 1 layer or 2 layer disc(DVD5 or DVD9). If it is a 1 layer it will fit to one DVD+R and read my DVD5 guide for details. Now choose "Mode/File F". We will be ripping and burning just the movie. Decrypter will highlight the movie for you. You also need to rip the "bup" file for the chapter that movie is in and the main "VIDEO_TS.IFO and VIDEO_TS.BUP". You need to have all these files to burn a working disc. Example:

    VIDEO_TS.IFO
    VIDEO_TS.BUP
    VTS_01_0.IFO
    VTS_01_0.BUP
    VTS_01_1.VOB
    VTS_01_2.VOB
    VTS_01_3.VOB
    VTS_01_4.VOB

    Rip these files to your hard drive and when it is completed load your IFOEDIT095 program. Also make a new folder for your soon to be edited files. Call it something different than the exact name of the movie so that you can differentiate between the two folders. We want to take out all the audio streams that we don't need to make our files smaller so that it will fit to one disc. Click "open" and find your IFO file for the chapter (VTS_01_0.IFO). Now click "VOB Extras" and "Strip Streams". The default settings should work but also check off "Create New IFO Files". Make sure your destination folder is the one that you just created. Now click "OK". Now a new screen pops up and you need to check off the items that you want. I normally only check off the English 6 CH. because that is all I need. Now click "strip it". This may take about 45 minutes just like the original rip. When it is finished a box will say VOBpointers corrected. Click ok and close IFOEDIT. Reload the program and "open" your new chapter IFO file from your new folder. Now click the button "get VTS sectors". After this is done, you are ready to burn. Make sure that your new folder is less than 4.36 GB in size. If it is larger then you'll have to use a different guide to make 2 DVDs or compress the files. Now assuming that all has gone well, you can load your Nero software and insert your blank media. Click create a DVD/Other Formats/DVD-Video. Find your ripped/edited DVD files on the right and drop all the files in Nero's VIDEO_TS folder on the left. Check your settings and click burn. I used a +RW disc to make sure that my movies worked before burning to a +R disc. There it is, my simple guide. Comments or corrections?


    SIMPLE GUIDE DVD-9 TO 2 DVD+R ( SPLITTING-MOVIE ONLY )

    Used: DVD Dycrypter 3.4.1.0
    Nero 5
    IFOEDIT 0.95

    1. Rip movie to hard drive.
    2. Strip streams to new folder.
    3. Split DVD.
    4. Create new IFO files.
    5. Get VTS Sectors.
    6. Burn.


    Insert the movie you want to copy into your dvd rom tray and load DVD Dycrypter Choose "Mode/ISO/READ R". This will let you know if the DVD is a 1 layer or 2 layer disc(DVD5 or DVD9). If it is a 1 layer it will fit to one DVD+R. Now choose "Mode/File F". Decrypter will highlight the movie for you. You also need to rip the "bup" file for the chapter that movie is in and the main "VIDEO_TS.IFO and VIDEO_TS.BUP". You need to have all these files to burn a working disc. Example:

    VIDEO_TS.IFO
    VIDEO_TS.BUP
    VTS_01_0.IFO
    VTS_01_0.BUP
    VTS_01_1.VOB
    VTS_01_2.VOB
    VTS_01_3.VOB
    VTS_01_4.VOB

    Click the large DVD>Hard drive button and notice the file name and location. Rip these files to your hard drive and when it is completed load your IFOEDIT095 program. Also make a new folder for your soon to be edited files. Call it something different than the exact name of the movie so that you can differentiate between the two folders, such as "PHANTOM2'. We want to take out all the audio streams that we don't need. Click "open" and find your IFO file for the chapter (VTS_01_0.IFO). Now click "VOB Extras" and "Strip Streams". The default settings should work but also check off "Create New IFO Files". Make sure your destination folder is the one that you just created. Now click "OK". Now a new screen pops up and you need to check off the items that you want. I normally only check off the English 6 CH. because that is all I need. Now click "strip it". This may take about 45 minutes just like the original rip. When it is finished a box will say VOBpointers corrected. Click ok and close IFOEDIT. Reload the program and "open" your new chapter IFO file from your new folder. Now we can split the files. Click "VOB Extras" and "Split to 2 DVD-Rs". Also check off "Create new ifo files" and "Create Subfolders: Disc1 and Disc 2". You may have to create a new folder or just use the second folder you created. Click "OK" and then choose a chapter to split at. Click “Strip it”. When it is done close IfoEdit and reload the program with the new IFO file from disc 1. I usually have to create new IFO files now because IfoEdit usually has problems doing several tasks at once from my experience. You may be able to write over the old IFO files or you might have to delete all the files except the chapter IFO file and all the VOB files. Then just “recreate IFO files” from VOB Extras. Close IfoEdit, reload IfoEdit and do the same to the files in Disc 2. Reload the program and "open" your new chapter IFO file from your Disc 1 folder. Now click the button "get VTS sectors". Do the same with the Disc 2 IFO file and youj’re ready to burn. Close IfoEdit and load Nero. Click create a DVD/Other Formats/DVD-Video. Find your ripped DVD files on the right and drop all the Disc 1 files in Nero's VIDEO_TS folder on the left. Check your settings and click burn. Do the same with Disc 2 after a successful burn on Disc 1. I used a +RW disc to make sure that my movies worked before burning to a +R disc. If you have any questions or corrections, let's hear it.

    --I've had some requests for these guides, so here they are. Hope this helps out everyone.
     
  2. zendez33

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    when splitting a dvd9 into 2 discs, could someone clarify this for me. Im not really sure what to do here:
    I usually have to create new IFO files now because IfoEdit usually has problems doing several tasks at once from my experience. You may be able to write over the old IFO files or you might have to delete all the files except the chapter IFO file and all the VOB files. Then just “recreate IFO files” from VOB Extras.
     
  3. sublime77

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    Just open your ifo file in Ifoedit and click Extras and then Create New Ifo Files. You can set your directory as somewhere else such as your desktop and then just drop the new files in the appropriate folder. You'll replace the existing files with the new ones. Get VTS Sectors after reopening with the new Ifo files and you're ready to burn.
     
  4. Dixxy

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    Hello,

    I have tried your method for ripping and copying, everything works fine, except for one thing.

    When I use a DVD+RW, everything is fine, but when I come to burn the same files to a DVD+R, Nero tells me that there is not enough space on the media, problem is it's a bran new disc.


    Would anyone know why it is doing this?
     
  5. FIXXER

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    Dixxy you can only go 4.36 gb a disc. I generally go 2/3 of movie on first disc & remainder and extras on second. Pick a chapter that is slow (no action at begin). That way you don't miss anything when swapping discs. Really big movies you have to split chapters down the middle.
     
  6. Dixxy

    Dixxy Guest

    Thanks Fixxer, but that doesn't really answer the question, i have ripped the movie and extra sound track and all the extras so that it will fit on one disc. If I write the movie to a DVD+RW it works fine, but if I try to write the same files to a DVD+R ,than Nero tells me there is not enough space on the disc.

    Weird thing is later, I copied the the DVD+RW with DVDx Copy to a DVD+R with no problem...It's something with Nero that I am not getting but I don't know what.

    I have used Nero a lot, not like it's the first time.
     
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    Sublime77

    You are the man.... I've read a lot of guide and could not follow or program would not do what the guide did. However, you guide was to the point and everything worked out great.. Thanks bro

    Now I have a question, I just finish burning Fast and the Furious with your method... everything works, it just when I try to access the chapter guide, it doesn't have one, it will allow me to skip to the correct chapter by not let me see the chapter guide. I want to be able to see just the movie and the menue for the chapters, how would I go about burning the chapter guide to my disc.

    Thank you... once again.. you are the man.

    sirmugen
     
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    Sublime77

    You are the man.... I've read a lot of guide and could not follow or program would not do what the guide did. However, you guide was to the point and everything worked out great.. Thanks bro

    Now I have a question, I just finish burning Fast and the Furious with your method... everything works, it just when I try to access the chapter guide, it doesn't have one, it will allow me to skip to the correct chapter by not let me see the chapter guide. I want to be able to see just the movie and the menue for the chapters, how would I go about burning the chapter guide to my disc.

    Thank you... once again.. you are the man.

    sirmugen
     
  9. sublime77

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    These are normally the extra files you need for the menu and chapter selection, with the VTS file being the one for the actual movie. You can rip that into your movie file folder and then "create new ifo files". "Get VTS sectors" and then burn. If the chapter selection isn't located in these files then you'll have to search for it by opening different ifo files in Ifoedit and double clicking each vobid to see what it is.

    VIDEO_TS.VOB
    VTS_01_0.VOB
     
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    I used your method of trimming down a DVD to fit on a single disc, but I have run into a problem. I am using DVD-R's, and when I burn the disc, it acts perfectly in my computer DVD player, but when I try it in other players, that I know have read DVD-R's in the past, it comes up as nothing.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks
     
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    You probably forgot to "Get VTS Sectors". Maybe you can try the disc at a Circuit City or another electronics store to find out if the disc had a good burn. Other than that, it could be your media type???
     
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    Thank you!!! Finally got the hang of this dvd burning stuff!
     
  13. Dixxy

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    Thank you guys for not trying toanswer my question...but out of the kindness of my heart I will let you in on the answer since I found it myself...if you are using Nero to burn in a version prior to 5.5.8.xxx then it may not reconnize the DVD+R format, I ungraded to 5.5.10.xxx it it worked just fine, it can see the DVD+R and the media plays fine in the stand alone player..

    Thanks to sublime77
    for posting this guide, it is of very good help....Thanks again...
     
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    DVD+RW DRIVE = Ricoh MP5125A
    System = AMD Athlon XP 2000+ with 256 DDR Ram
    DVD Player = Pioneer DV454S player

    For some reason some of the movies I have copied will not play in the DVD Player. Some were copied using DVDXCopy, others using Nero & Smartripper. The strange thing is I have copied Friday & Romeo Must Die, and they will not play in the Pioneer DVD player, BUT when I drag & drop the movie files to my desktop and re-burn to DVD+RW Disc (Maxwell) the movie will run fine in the Pioneer. Any ideas why this is happening ??? I dont wanna have to reburn all my movies again!
     
  15. Dixxy

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    bluefoot

    Which version of Nero are u using??...read the thread just above yours..I had the same problem..I did one with DVDX Copy and it does not play in my Sony DVD NC615. I did an other one with Nero on a DVD+RW, it played fine. Before I upgraded to Nero 5.5.10, it just would not write to DVD+R, after upgrading it writes just fine (DVD+R) and it plays in the sony stand alone player no prop!!!

    Hope this helps,

    p.s. an another thing u have to watch out for, is when u are burning with Nero make sure u keep it in UDF 1.02 format, I read that this has some impact on the compatibality...
     
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    Dixxy,

    I am using Nero 5.5.10.0 and using DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO) to burn, and i am positive i have kept the file system type as UDF 1.02 the default setting in Nero.

    I shall be copying some more movies 2nite and I will see how I get on. Rest assured I don't intend to waste no DVD+R disc, their way to expensive here in the UK. :eek:S

    Thanks for your prompt reply!

    Bluefoot! ! !
     

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