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New DVDFAB Decrypter + VobBlanker + DVD Shrink + ImgBurn guide

Discussion in 'User submitted guides' started by alkohol, Apr 22, 2006.

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  1. dustysmom

    dustysmom Guest

    hello, thank you for the guide..i do have some questions...you always mention using vobblanker to take out fbi warnings etc...and i can see how you would get rid of them...but i guess i'm lost on how to know what is the stuff you want to blank out, you mentioned clicking on it and playing it...how do i play it???
    thanks
     
  2. alkohol

    alkohol Regular member

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    @dustysmom

    Here is a step taken from my guide, like I said if you want to "blank" out certain VTS, PGC or Cells, all you need to do is "click" or "double click" on the any of the VTS or PGC under the "TitleSet", then click on Preview and it will automatically play on it's built-in player, if you don't like it (i.e. FBI Warnings, rating screens/logos, previews/trailers or extras, director's commentary, deleted scenes), then you can simply click BLANK and it (VobBlanker) will blank that certain VTS, PGC or Cell out for you flawlessly.

    Good luck, happy burning and let me know if you need anymore helps. Again, here's what I said/mentioned on the guide:

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    alkohol,

    Eversince your post on "The Cave", I have never had any probs with any backups. I am posting this because I just had to compliment you. Your guides and the easy steps you provide are just awesome. Whenever I have a problem backing up a movie (sony) I pull out my print-out of "the cave" and I have no problems. For those newbies, please,,,print the above instructions, and save them. It will come in handy for future backup problems. Keep up the great work alkohol...you are definitely my hero.

     
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    Alkohol, just wanted to say thanks for the great guide. Believe me, I'm a guy that can appretiate this because I get mad very easily, and even at one time filled up my computers memory 3/4 of the way with dvd ripping and burning etc. software. But I have a question/problem. I followed your guide, downloaded the correct software,( I have been using DVD shrink for a while) and started the process on VOB blanker, but on your guide it showed in the pics that you had 0 warnings (orange), in the log window, but in the very begining of mine, I got 29 warnings. It said it was completed successfuly, so I went ahead and tried to use dvd shrink because I don't have the full version of nero recode. But when i tried opening my completed VOB files that were created, it gives me and error message saying something about incorrect data in the vob_1_5, and another time I believe I got one for vob_1_1. Can you please specify what I did wrong, if you can help me, and can you tell me how to do it with DVD shrink please, I would appreciate it. THANKS. FYI- saw wolf creek on your guide, yes kick ass movie
     
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    Oh yeah, if you didn't realize it, yeah I am doing Hostel. And sorry to keep asking Q's, but what VOB's that you call junk, did you take out when you did it. Thanks.
     
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    Hey, did you skip VTS_11_*.VOB, and what else did you skip
     
  7. okayl

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    nice one man!
     
  8. dustysmom

    dustysmom Guest

    @ alkohol....

    thank you...but i guess i still have a question.. i understand double click-ing on it but i dont see where to go to "preview" i dont see that option anywhere...maybe im using outdated vobblanker..mine is 2.0.1.0 i dont see the preview screen in the upper right corner like your screen shot... im sorry to seem so ignorant...but i guess i am...
     
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  9. dustysmom

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    thank you...but i guess i still have a question.. i understand double click-ing on it but i dont see where to go to "preview" i dont see that option anywhere...maybe im using outdated vobblanker..mine is 2.0.1.0 i dont see the preview screen in the upper right corner like your screen shot... im sorry to seem so ignorant...but i guess i am...
     
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    stickied, enjoy :)
    hopefully this will stop the flood of "new movie <insert name here> doesn't work"
     
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    @Dustysmom

    This is the very latest of Vob Blanker:
    http://www.free-codecs.com/download/VobBlanker.htm

    When you click on a Title Set, you can view under "PGC's in Selected Title Set" by simply clicking it. From there you can also right click it to view the cells and blank.

    I personally just view it and can tell if it's crap I don't need, trailors, deleted scenes, interviews, FBI warnings etc..... I usually keep the movie only which is the biggest Title Set. It has the menus/chapters in it.

    Remember the biggest Title set is usually the movie. FYI

    Strat
     
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    Hey alkohol, great guide. Would it be possible to give some instructions for all us DVD Shrink lovers?

    Thanks
     
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    @vernmark

    Glad I could help, enjoy all of your backups to the fullest and happy burning.
     
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    Thanks a lot buddy. Your help is greatly appreciated.
     
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    DVD Shrink is pretty easy to use -- there are a lot of guides on "how to used DVD Shrink" laying around everywhere already, therefore, I've decided to use Nero Recode 2 instead. Plus Nero Recode 2 is just a "little faster" that's all. Both DVD Shrink and Nero Recode 2 are from the same author, so they're both should be identical.

    My next guide, I'll keep in mind to use DVD Shrink instead of Nero Recode. Hopefully I can still remember by then.
     
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    @dustysmom

    Here http://www.free-codecs.com/download/VobBlanker.htm (is one provided by Fatstrat). Below is what I stated and mentioned, if you followed those links, follow my guide properly, get the tools I provided, then you'll be able to rip and backup movies within 15 minutes.

    **NOTE: I don't recommend you or others to run/have DVD43, AnyDVD or other cracking engines while (A) you're "ripping" the movie via DVDFAB Decrypter and (B) when you're "processing" the VIDEO_TS.IFO file through VobBlanker.

    Again, go back, restart everything over from the start and don't skip/change any steps at all and I'm sure you'll be fine. I've backed up mostly 99.99% (all of my backups) using this method and I've never encountered/experienced any issues whatsoever.

    Good luck and let me know how I can help.

     
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  18. dustysmom

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    alkohol

    thanks a ton for all the help. i burn movies all the time, but still dont get all the little details. now just to figure out why 3 of my movies skip and digitize after using your above method...im sure im still doing something wrong...or maybe its my media..what do you reccomend?
     
  19. jer454

    jer454 Guest

    Alkohol,
    Thanks again, it works great, don't see how a person couldn't get er done if they follow your guide.

    Jer
     
  20. jpiere

    jpiere Guest

    I ussed the dvdfab decrypter, and the vob 2.1.1.0b8, and I get all these messages skipping packs.. which didn't show on your fantastic tutorial. any clue? thanks Jim


    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/04 --> 01/01
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 67520 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/05 --> 01/02
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 20243 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/06 --> 01/03
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 46336 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/07 --> 01/04
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 36160 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/08 --> 01/05
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 26373 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/09 --> 01/06
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 55936 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/10 --> 01/07
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 37516 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/11 --> 01/08
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 49091 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/12 --> 01/09
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 29599 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/13 --> 01/10
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 32088 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/14 --> 01/11
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 54234 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/15 --> 01/12
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 40593 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/16 --> 01/13
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 91797 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/17 --> 01/14
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 111542 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/18 --> 01/15
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 35820 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/19 --> 01/16
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 55721 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/20 --> 01/17
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 47009 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/21 --> 01/18
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 62111 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/22 --> 01/19
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 63750 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/23 --> 01/20
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 147826 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/24 --> 01/21
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 38280 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/25 --> 01/22
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 87494 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/26 --> 01/23
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 43596 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/27 --> 01/24
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 47913 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/28 --> 01/25
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 76468 packs have been skipped
    VTS 01: Keeping Cell VID/CID: 01/29 --> 01/26
    WARNING: Packs unsynchronized. Skipping packs...
    WARNING: No Navs found!: outputting a blank cell
    A total of 42513 packs have been skipped
     
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