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Old Mar 03, 2002, 10:21 AM
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HI

WHEN I RIPPED A MOVIE WITH DVD EXTRACTOR I SAVED IT AS A DISC IMAGE.I NOTICED THAT IT HAD SAVED IT AS A ROM IMAGE NOT A HFS IMAGE.WHEN I DRAGGED IT TO TOAST IT SAID IT WAS NOT A DISC IMAGE AND CAME UP WITH SOME OPTIONS ABOUT SECTOR SIZES AND POST GAP AND SCRAMBLED. DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO CHANGE IT TO HFS OR IS IT SOMETHING I AM DOING WRONG WHEN EXTRACTING.

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Old Mar 04, 2002, 08:28 AM
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Toast doesn't deal with CSS encryption algorythms on most DVD movies today. You need to rip the data from the DVD not make a 1:1 copy and then remaster the movie in DVD Studio Pro or convert to VCD. Then save to a new Video_TS folder and then burn it in toast. Read the post on this forum about it... ***********.cdrom-guide.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=22119&goto=newpost .... Read it carefully and you'll do fine. Breeze thorough it and you'll be sorry.
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Old Mar 04, 2002, 12:02 PM
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I followed the instructions to that thread

1. 1. when you insert the DVD you can do a 'Get Info' on it to see it's size...
If the size is 4.5GB or under you can go to the file menu in DVD extractor
and choose 'Save Image...', then select the DVD from desktop (navigate to
it) then choose the destination to where you will save it to, and hit
okay... You will have a Toast image of the entire DVD to double click and
burn!

the dvd was 4 gig so i asume this is the right way

any more info would be great
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Old Mar 06, 2002, 10:04 AM
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Also a 1:1 copy as you discribed will work on Toast DVD 3.7 or Toast titanium 5.x. What version are you using?


Otherwise You will need to rip the data and remaster it in DVD Studio Pro and use the correct version of toast to do the burn. It's worked for me countless times and many others who gave me those instructions when I started ripping DVD's. If there is still a problem then there's something wrong that I'm not seeing in your posts. Sorry.

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Old Mar 14, 2002, 02:26 PM
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Got it working fine now thanks for the advice

I ripped a DVD, extracted all the other files that where not needed and kept the .m2v file and the ac3. But they are still over the 4.5 gig limit. What is the next step to take. What tools do i need.

Any help would be great.
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Old Mar 14, 2002, 03:54 PM
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You needed to keep tabs on the file size before you did the rip.

Unfortunately you'll have to start over. Chose to extract by scenes. Then select all the scenes up til just about 4.3 gigs.

Then do a second rip of the remaining scenes.

You'll need to remaster in DVD studio pro onto 2 DVD's.


Be carefull to take note of any scenes with no audio in the beginning of the movie. Those scenes may need to be omitted in the first rip in order to keep the audio in sync.

Good luck.
 

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