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    I downloaded IMGBURN someone told me it would burn better then NERO. Also downloaded the Img User Guide I thought I followed the instruction but could not find the .IBQ file? I have used DVD DEcrypter for sometime and thought IMG BURN worked the same way I quess I was wrong My question is where do I start? With Ripit4me? Shrink? As you can see I'm lost.

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    DVD Shrink makes an ISO file (after clicking backup, selecting ISO Image file).

    You can then double click on the ISO. ImgBurn will open in write mode and burn your ISO to DVD. Just like DVD Decrypter did.

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    The .ibq (ImageBurningCue) file is just a list of what you have added in your burning cue. Nothing added - then no .ibq file.

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    The 'Write' modes of both programs are almost identical.

    How did you manage to make one work (dvd dec) and not the other (imgburn) ?!

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    Blutach thank you for your response. Still no luck. I am trying to backup Basic Instinct 2. Some back ground in the past. I would start with DVDDcrypter, then Shrink, and Burn with Nero. Everything went fine then came Sony DVDs. I went to RipIt4me, DVDDcrypter, FixVTS then Shrink, and Nero. Well now I downloaded IMGBURN AND FOLLOWED THE INSTRUCTIONS TO THE LETTER. Today I received your email and tried to start with Shrink. the little drive letter came up with the drive "D" and not the name of the Movie but ROOT and Shrink sends an error message that it can't open the file.
    What the H... am I doing wrong.

    Thanks Wendi

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    did ripit save the files on your hard drive?

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    Chewy, yes but then all seem to be Video_TS or Video_TS_BU or VTS files no ISO files

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    @blu, lame story

    @wendy, take shrink and convert those files to an iso and use imgburn

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    You have to create the ISO file in shrink.

    This is a good read here.

    http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=49051

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