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Old 10 Dec 2002, 10:12 AM   #1
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Hi. I need info on how to rip from a DVD and burn onto a DVD-r with all the menus and everything intact! the troulbe is that i've attempted to do this several times in a BIDEO_TS directory but when i put it into my DVD player it says there is nothing to play on it. I'm using SmartRipper to get the vobs and all. i've tried the confusing way of ripping it under the movie section but i tried doing it under the Files section. Its a TV Series i'm tring to rip so there are about 7 chapters and all and it doesn't seem to work

I have tried burning it with Nero which makes a DVD with a VIDEO_TS directory (with all the vob files and all in) and an AUDIO_TS with nothing in. If you can distiguish what i'm asking ( ) then please help thanks
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Old 10 Dec 2002, 11:34 AM   #2
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Old 10 Dec 2002, 12:24 PM   #3
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Default DVD to DVD+r,+rw,-r,-rw,svc,vcd

Decrypt the dvd to your hard drive using dvd decrypter, then download the trial version of VOB InstantCD/DVD 6.5

import the video_ts.ifo into instant, then convert then burn. Instant cd/DVD reencodes the video and keeps all the menu and dolby digital audio info.

Good Luck and Keep Burning
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Old 24 Dec 2002, 06:54 PM   #4
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Merry Christmas Everyone!!!

Backing up your DVD is as easy as 1,2, and 3

1. RIP with SmartRipper
2. If DVD-5, then BURN, but if it's DVD-9, STRIP or SPLIT

I have step by step guides that you can use for free with keeping all menus and all extras just like the original DVD

Take care
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Old 25 Dec 2002, 08:13 AM   #5
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alright. thanks everyone! found out it was my DVD player just pissing about! After a firmware update it all works fine. thanks! Kezzz. Merry DivXmas!
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