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Old Dec 04, 2002, 10:50 AM
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Death2001,

Thats very odd. Try one pass and see if it works.

D1ggler,

Yes all you have to do is make sure you rip the individual streams with it. I forgot what the selection is called to make it rip streams instead of vobs. Take a look at the app, I'm sure it will be easy to find.

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I would prefer that people didn't. I am trying to generate traffic so that I can go to companies and possibly get free software and possibly hardware to review. I still have a lot of work to do before I can approach them though. So I need as many people coming back as possible.
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Old Dec 04, 2002, 06:00 PM
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Rishardc, i got a pioneer Ao4 and i have a few dvd's here that are under 4 gigs so the full movie could fit onto a dvdr.

I know the way to do it(rip the dvd in file mode with all files then burn as a data)

but a few of the dvd's when i try to rip them with smart ripper, when they get to like 60% i get broken blocks and it will stop ripping it.

Ive tried opening the dvd in power dvd and unlocking the files again, then re ripping it but it still did the same thing. Is There any other program or suggestion you can give me? i just started doing dvdr like 2 days ago and im trying to build my list so any help is helpful to me.

Thanks for any help

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Old Dec 04, 2002, 06:21 PM
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You might want to try a different ripper. Also is this DVD scratched? Sometimes I get errors like that if the DVD is damaged.

DVD Decrypter is supposedly good.

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Old Dec 05, 2002, 08:30 AM
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okay, i got it to rip, i added a dvd drive to my pc, thats the only thing that would do it......but now i riped 2 dvd's and when i went into record now max and opened a data cd and added the folder for the warriors(4 gig movie) it loads and says 4 gigs and all, and the bar fills up... but when i go to burn it it only takes 15 min, and says sucessful burn, but is a coaster(2 times) but ive burnt 3 other dvdr movies like this
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Old Dec 05, 2002, 10:06 AM
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15 minutes??? That just sounds wrong expecially on an A04. Also are u using the same media that you were using before? Also did you rename the folder to VIDEO_TS and create an AUDIO_TS folder?
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Old Dec 05, 2002, 11:33 AM
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same media, and i never created a Audio_TS folder for the other ones,and they worked, am i susposed to make that folder?
 

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