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split films dvd vr

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by dunryc, Nov 17, 2004.

  1. dunryc

    dunryc Member

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    help here the problem i have dvd vr ? and ive never come accross one of these babies before it contains four movies is there any way i can put each movie on one dvd ? ive tried shrink reauthor but itjustcrasjes even dvd decrypter doesnt seem to help.

    any way heres the directory andfile listings ofrthe disc

    Volume in drive H is PHILIPS_DVD_VR
    Volume Serial Number is 6533-3D0C

    Directory of H:\

    01/01/2000 01:00 <DIR> VIDEO_RM
    01/01/2000 01:00 <DIR> VIDEO_TS
    0 File(s) 0 bytes
    2 Dir(s) 0 bytes free


    Volume in drive H is PHILIPS_DVD_VR
    Volume Serial Number is 6533-3D0C

    Directory of H:\VIDEO_RM

    01/01/2000 01:00 <DIR> .
    01/01/2000 01:00 <DIR> ..
    01/01/2000 01:00 69,632 VIDEO_MN.DAT
    01/01/2000 01:00 6,144 VIDEO_MN.IFO
    01/01/2000 01:00 32,768 VIDEO_RM.BUP
    01/01/2000 01:00 1,048,576 VIDEO_RM.DAT
    01/01/2000 01:00 32,768 VIDEO_RM.IFO
    5 File(s) 1,189,888 bytes
    2 Dir(s) 0 bytes free

    Volume in drive H is PHILIPS_DVD_VR
    Volume Serial Number is 6533-3D0C

    Directory of H:\VIDEO_TS

    01/01/2000 01:00 <DIR> .
    01/01/2000 01:00 <DIR> ..
    01/01/2000 01:00 12,288 VIDEO_TS.BUP
    01/01/2000 01:00 12,288 VIDEO_TS.IFO
    01/01/2000 01:00 491,520 VIDEO_TS.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 126,976 VTS_01_0.BUP
    01/01/2000 01:00 126,976 VTS_01_0.IFO
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_01_1.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_01_2.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_01_3.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_01_4.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,989,248 VTS_01_5.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 122,880 VTS_02_0.BUP
    01/01/2000 01:00 122,880 VTS_02_0.IFO
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_02_1.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_02_2.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_02_3.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_02_4.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,989,248 VTS_02_5.VOB
    17 File(s) 8,719,859,712 bytes
    2 Dir(s) 0 bytes free

    the films all seem to have menus included which im not bothered about id be happy woth just the single movies on seperate discs any help with howto do this or poiningme in the right direction regarding urls would be most appreciatedthanks in advance

     
  2. LeoLeroy

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    I'm beginning to think no one here realy understands a DVD file system. I've made a few posts about the different files and what they mean and how to edit them, but no one ever answers.

    I guess if it "ain't easy," no one here has the answers.

    I WILL figure the sh_t out, and when I do, I'll be glad to help others with the file system used by DVDs. This is especially useful for those that are making DVDs that are NOT commercial DVDs.

    Sorry if I sound a little bent, but I've spent over a week trying to figure all this out, and not one response from an Afterdawn user that can explain the file system. If there's info here, I sure as heck can't find it.
     
  3. dunryc

    dunryc Member

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    well not exactly the reply i was expecting but ive nearly give up trying to get my head round the disc now i can back the whole thing up but not just part of it ! Any way nice rant mate it cheered me up no end
     
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  4. kyrainman

    kyrainman Guest

    One piece of software you might want to try is TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.6. Use DVD Decrypter to rip the movie. You can then inport individual VOB files into TMPGEnc. You can also use it to create menues. I used it to copy all 5 seasons of Babylon 5. There are 4 episodes per DVD. I ripped it and copied 2 episodes per disk to retaim 100% quality. Works great and is simple to use. You can download it from the web aor buy it here http://www.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/tda.html.
     
  5. kyrainman

    kyrainman Guest

    One thing. TMPGEnc will not work unless you rip the ENTIRE contents if the video-TS folder.
     
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  6. kyrainman

    kyrainman Guest

    One thing. TMPGEnc will not work unless you rip the ENTIRE contents if the video-TS folder. In otherwords you will need to rip these files:

    Directory of H:\VIDEO_TS

    01/01/2000 01:00 <DIR> .
    01/01/2000 01:00 <DIR> ..
    01/01/2000 01:00 12,288 VIDEO_TS.BUP
    01/01/2000 01:00 12,288 VIDEO_TS.IFO
    01/01/2000 01:00 491,520 VIDEO_TS.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 126,976 VTS_01_0.BUP
    01/01/2000 01:00 126,976 VTS_01_0.IFO
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_01_1.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_01_2.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_01_3.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_01_4.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,989,248 VTS_01_5.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 122,880 VTS_02_0.BUP
    01/01/2000 01:00 122,880 VTS_02_0.IFO
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_02_1.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_02_2.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_02_3.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,858,176 VTS_02_4.VOB
    01/01/2000 01:00 871,989,248 VTS_02_5.VOB
    17 File(s) 8,719,859,712 bytes
    2 Dir(s) 0 bytes free

    Then you can import the VOB files into TMPGEnc. You can only import one at a time but you can import as many as will fit on one DVD. TMPGEnc will then encode the files into MPEG-2 format. It has its own internal writing software to burn the DVD. It pretty simple to use.

    Good luck!
     

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