Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by Hathcock, Oct 29, 2009.
How do you know it is #10 ?
So here is my dilemma. I have Rip it for me to backup my DVD. Got DVD decryptor with some minor changes I made for encryption and shrink DVD for the whole Compression.
The issue I have is it says that the dang video is 26 gb in size when I import it into DVD shrink. ??? I checked out the ISO image of the DVD and it is only 7 gb. I really do not understand why it would do this and if there is anything that you can tell me I would really appreciate it .
I have even tried to do custom compressions but it spits out a crazy image. Should I try to use Any DVD to rip that way I get all the encryption off. And then try the shrink ? Any input would help tremendously.
Try doing just Movie Only.
im using the latest anydvd and dvdclone copys perfect but with commentary over the top? audio in background but commentary to. any ideas
You have chosen the wrong audio track to backup. or if you didn't untick any of the tracks when backing up then use your DVD remote to change which track to play when watching.
I am trying to copy GI Joe with shrink and anydvd and I am getting an error at the end of the encoding process called relocation error. Any ideas as how to fix this in order to finish the copy?
edit- see here for info ~ http://forums.afterdawn.com/t.cfm/f...bra-file_relocation_error_please_help-819919/
I was able to use IMGBurn to make an image file of the disk and worked fine. Then I tried using DVDShrink on the image file but DVDShrink read it as 27GB(yes I said 27GB). Still I tried to just do movie only and picked one of the 20 movie files it had that looked correct when I did a preview of the file. However, during the backup, scenes were out of sequence. As I said though it did look correct when I did a preview of the file. Tried several of the other files but same result. Bottom line I guess if you want to go the free route you could just make an image file and just keep it on your computer.
Just a note the image file came out to about 7GB which is about what you would expect.
If you play the Original DVD on a TV: Hit display on your TV remote.
It will tell you: 10/99 (It means it is playing Title #10 out of 99) right when the Main Movie is playing.
If you play the Original DVD on your PC. (Using: VLC, etc. ): Click > Play-back > Title ....and will let you know the # Title is current playing.
...what, many years latter.
Never to late.
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