I've encountered a problem when I tried to back up the movie Van Helsing. I am using DVD Shrink 3.2. To do a full disk back up I don't have any problems. Full disk is showing 7,026 MB with no compression. On automatic compression it shows 4,464 MB with 49% compression on the entire Van Helsing movie. On the main movie it shows a 46.5% compression. Now here's the thing, when I reauthor the disk, using only the movie, not the menus, the extras, or the unreferenced material, and not any of the audio streams except for AC3-5.1 ch English, it runs into the red and and says that the file size will be 5,175 MB on automatic compression. The movie is 2 titles that are 2,587 MB each with automatic compression showing 43.5% on them and there's no adjustment on the compression. It's as low as it can go even if I use custom ratio. I cannot get the file size below 5,175 MB. If I use no compression on the two titles, then the total file size blossoms into 10,662 MB. I've removed 2,500 MB of extras that I don't want from this movie, and the total file size increased from 7,026 MB to 10,662 MB with no compression. And it will not allow me to reauthor this movie and burn it because the file size increased to 5,175 MB and can not be decreased. In other words the movie is too big to fit on a desk after I reauthor it. Has anyone else had this problem with the Van Helsing.