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resident evil2 dvd from ireland

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by rssbd, Mar 6, 2005.

  1. rssbd

    rssbd Member

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    im tring to copy resident evil 2
    frist i used dvd decrypter to put the movie on my
    hard drive then i opened dvd shrink and i clicked
    open files and it says
    failed to open f:/res2/VID_TS/VTS_01_5.VOB
    BUT I THERES NO FILE OFF THAT NAME ON THE DISK OR MY HARDDRIVE
    PLEASE SOMEONE HELP ME I LOOKED BACK ON ALL THE OTHER
    THREADS AND STILL NOTHING
     
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    Rotary Senior member

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    hi

    this is a new one? trying to find a file thats not there?

    ok, use AnyDVD running in background to aid rip / shrink!

    free 21 day trial app!
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    the answers you need are all on afterdawn for non-uk versions of RE2 (not sure about irish version). However dvd decryptor forum has lightninguk (dvd decryptor author himself) posting solutions for uk version.

    Rich
     
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    i put the movie through vobblanker and had anydvd running in backround. the movie is on my hard drive now but it still wont go into shrink.
    i also tried dvd decrypter already
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    what i think you're missing is downloading the freebie vobblanker proggie. (well it worked for me 100%). all i did was download vob blanker, point it at the res evil dvd, let it do whatever it wanted, ie a couple of mouse clicks, and it got on with it. this resulted in entire dvd being transferred to hard drive, then i used dvd shrink as per normal to do its thing from there. Check out the dvd decryptor forum too it ya like

    Rich
     
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    yeah i used vob blanker to get the whole movie
    and it still would not go into shrink
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    right, more info needed, what dya mean 'not go into shrink'.
    if you're still getting the original error from when you raised this thread, i'm sure the answer for that specific problem is on the dvd decryptor forum. hang on i'll have a look. but you could be doing that too, nudge nudge :)
     
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    right, here ya go, lightning uk (the author of dvd decryptor started a thread on his own forum for this exact error you're getting. plus the answer -

    http://forum.dvddecrypter.com/index.php?showtopic=18449&st=0


    --- Now, i didn't have to do this even though i had the same problem, you can follow his instructions and it should sort you out. As i say, i didnt have to do any of that, vob blanker worked for me, (i'm sure my replies are in the same thread)..If i recall there are other workarounds in that same thread..

    Rich



     
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    the disk is gone back to my mates now so all i have to work with is the movie on my hard drive but i should be able to still do it.
    i went on decryptr forum and could not find anything.


     
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    thanks for that creaky
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    you've hopefully done the hardest bit, ie getting most or all of dvd contents to hard drive, wierd, maybe you do need to just do the ifoedit gumpf

    good luck, cracking film, plus the 2 girls in film are fit :)

    Rich
     
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    hi there guys!

    DID YOU KNOW that DVD2one , the new version corrects ifo structure protection as its compressing

    if it does what it says on the tin, then that is good news!

    Also you could use AnyDVD running in the background and use dvd shrink to rip / compress.....
     
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    Igot it. it is now on a dvd.FINALLY
    its amazing how changeing those two numbers can
    make a big difference.
    this was one of the toughest dvds to copy yet.
    thanks for all your help guys
    especially creaky.
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    rssbd - nice one.

    rotary - anydvd didnt work for me, nor most of the variations of fixes for this or similar films. glad to see it can help sometimes, but def not in my case. just as layer cake wouldn't rip , even with v latest anydvd (4581 i think). For 'layer cake' (in my own case) it needed a psl file fix which no doubt lightning uk will incorporate into his dvd decryptor at some point. Not knocking anydvd as there was one single film it helped with, but there are always numerous workarounds for different people.

    as for dvd2one, have used it, but only to join 2 films together, will keep in mind that it might be useful for other stuff.

    Rich
     

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