I wanted to have a "movie" only version backup of The Forgotten, a DVD-9 - the actual movie will easily fit on a single layer blank DVD with no additional compression. The Forgotten has 2 versions of the movie - the theatrical version and an extended version with an alternate ending. These are co-joined titles on the DVD, which means they show up as Title 1 and Title 2, but are 99% physically the same on the DVD-9. Only difference is Title 2 has an additional chapter after the credits with the alternate ending. So I used Decrypter 3.5.2 to rip to an ISO file. No problems there - Decrypter does its job. Problem is in using Shrink or Nero Recode2 (Shrink with bells and whistles) to re-author just the actual movie. Trying to encode either Title 1 or Title 2 by itself caused both Shrink and Recode2 to bomb out with "insufficient memory" errors - apparently some memory buffer overflows. Trying to burn encode both Titles defeats the purpose since Shrink/Recode2 both see 7+ GBs and want to apply compression. So to fit just the movie without additional compression on one disk, I tried a different approach. I used the compression option on the "Extras" and made them a still image. Now Shrink only sees about 4.3 GBs when I do a Whole Disk Backup, and also gives me both versions of the movie. Of course I have to sit through all those inane warning and disclaimer screens, and the select the movie from a menu - but at least I haven't re-compressed the actual movie any, and it does work.