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Old 28 Feb 2007, 12:58 AM   #1
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Hi,

I love DVDRebuilder & am using it in conjunctio with Riip4me to encode my DVD's to my Hard-Drive as I am in the process of building a HTPC.

However, my main bug-bear is that by default Rebuilder encodes to a DVDFILES folder (eg L:\Jurassic Park\DVDFILES\VIDEO_TS) - I don't want it to as it messes up my directory structure for Xlobby.

Is there anyway I can change this feature so Rebuilder doesn't encode to DVDFILES (eg L:\Jurassic Park\VIDEO_TS)

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Old 28 Feb 2007, 01:03 AM   #2
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Just move the files afterwards. It is not a hassle. Or set the output folder as L:\ and it will go to L:\DVDFILES. Then simply rename the folder to Jurassic Park (or whatever) afterwards. Again, not a hassle.

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Just move the files afterwards. It is not a hassle.

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Blutach - this is what I'm doing at the moment - however I'm using Batch Mode to encode 10 or so movies at a time and I'm currently up to 70 or so DVD's on my HDD, and it's just time consuming having to move the files afterwards.

I was hoping that I could change the default folder to save me the hassle!!
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Maybe jdobbs knows (if anyone would, of course he would). Unfortunately, I don't.

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thanks for taking the time to reply!
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I still don't think I understand completely. Where would you rather have them written? The problem is that that the output directory is also used to write the ISO file (if chosen) and .LOG file , also if "Enable Output Directory" isn't selected that directory may also hold D2VAVS. I need something to separate the areas -- and that's the reason DVDFILES is created.

Are you saying you want DVD-RB to write the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders directly into the output path?
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I still don't think I understand completely. Where would you rather have them written? The problem is that that the output directory is also used to write the ISO file (if chosen) and .LOG file , also if "Enable Output Directory" isn't selected that directory may also hold D2VAVS. I need something to separate the areas -- and that's the reason DVDFILES is created.
Thanks for the reply!

Sorry, I probably didn't make myself clear.
I am using DVD Rebuilder to encode my DVD's to HDD as files in VIDEO_TS folders, I don't use ISO files.
I have "Enable Output Directory" enabled.
I output each seperate DVD to a seperate folder (eg L:\Jurassic Park or L:\Terminator 2 etc).
The D2VAVS (temp files) are held in a seperate folder.
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Are you saying you want DVD-RB to write the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders directly into the output path?
Yes!!! That's exactly what i would like to do - I don't want to output to a DVDFILES folder!!!
Is this possible??
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Yes!!! That's exactly what i would like to do - I don't want to output to a DVDFILES folder!!!
Is this possible??
Any particular reason ????
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However, my main bug-bear is that by default Rebuilder encodes to a DVDFILES folder (eg L:\Jurassic Park\DVDFILES\VIDEO_TS) - I don't want it to as it messes up my directory structure for Xlobby.
As stated in my first post!!
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