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Old 12-25-2004, 08:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay I ripped my dvd to my hdd and now I have a folder with a bunch of files in it. Whats the next step?
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It should be two folders. Something like VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS. Use a burning program such as Nero to burn the two folders to a DVD.

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Every file in the folder is a video file. No audio files at all.
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There is no AUDIO_TS folder?

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I'm guessing not...what program did you use to rip your DVD?

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Auto gk is a nice dvd ripping program. Look around doom9.org for the software and the steps. I forget the url for the software that I use, but it works nicely, easy and good quality.

I use dvd decripter before auto gk.
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Another good program to use for DVD ripping AND burning is DVD Shrink. You can get is at the link below. It is freeware.

http://www.dvdshrink.org/what.html

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I have tried dvd shrink, and I dont like it as much as the auto gk from doom9.org
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I have tried dvd shrink, and I dont like it as much as the auto gk from doom9.org
Hmm, maybe I'll look into that then. Thanks.

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Sure. I'll try to find the link, its on my computer back at home (im else where now).
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