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Creating DVD copy from nonEMC created DVD


suej

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Clearly I'm missing something. I created a team DVD with Sonic (?) software two years ago. I need to make more copies - but I am unable to 'capture' the entire 24 plus minutes of DVD.

 

The last thing I tried was Media Import, Video tab, capture settings MPEG (other choices are DiVX or WMV 9), saving the files to my C: drive. Here's the queer thing - the resulting 'file' that is captured is 584.19 MB (not the 1.5GB of original) with a duration of 9:23 MPG.

 

If I use MyDVD to add new movie, the D: drive with DVD has 3 folders to choose from: : Jacket_P, OpenDVD, Video_TS. The only folder that has a chance of importing is Video_TS - but I'm not sure what the 6 objects are. There are two .IFO files: VIDEO_TS.IFO (that has an icon of DVD), VTS-01.0.IFO (with IFO icon) and the remainder are .VOB files (with an icon of VOB). Any ideas - all other functionality with EMC9 is working.

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If all you need is a copy of a DVD disc, you don't import everything off of it to do that, since then you would have to reauthor all that video for a new disc.

 

Just open the Disc Copier app and copy from the disc you have to a new blank disc.

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If all you need is a copy of a DVD disc, you don't import everything off of it to do that, since then you would have to reauthor all that video for a new disc.

 

Just open the Disc Copier app and copy from the disc you have to a new blank disc.

I used the "Disk Image" option for the destination to make a copy on my hard drive, then double clicked on the file created and made a couple of spare DVDs. Perfect copies in just a matter of minutes. It was simply too easy! Thanks.

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I used the "Disk Image" option for the destination to make a copy on my hard drive, then double clicked on the file created and made a couple of spare DVDs. Perfect copies in just a matter of minutes. It was simply too easy! Thanks.
You're welcome. Glad to hear it worked out for you :)
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