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Vc&c Won't Open Source Movie


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I have a DVD that has no copyright problems, and successfully plays in every DVD player I've tried. When I start Video Convert & Copy, press the "Add Source:", "Movie" button, the disk is read, and I'm shown the two entries on it (both come up twice, but weirder things happen in a second). I select one, and the dialog box telling me the movie is being caches comes up, goes from 0% to 100% in a single jump, and the nothing is opened in the "Source" list.

 

I've tried this with multiple DVDs, always the same thing. what's the deal?

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I have a DVD that has no copyright problems, and successfully plays in every DVD player I've tried. When I start Video Convert & Copy, press the "Add Source:", "Movie" button, the disk is read, and I'm shown the two entries on it (both come up twice, but weirder things happen in a second). I select one, and the dialog box telling me the movie is being caches comes up, goes from 0% to 100% in a single jump, and the nothing is opened in the "Source" list.

 

I've tried this with multiple DVDs, always the same thing. what's the deal?

 

What do you mean by "no copyright problems". How do you know?

 

Simply copy the disc to your hard drive using Windows. The VOB files are actually mpg2 video files under a different name so you should be able to work with them directly. What do you want to do with the videos after that?

 

I suspect that your install did not go correctly or you have used a registry cleaner that removed some required items. Put the program disc in your computer, shut off your anti-virus - not just pause it and run the repair that will come up. If you have an anti-virus that has a registry cleaner or if you regularily run a registry cleaner - DOn't.

 

After the reinstall via repair, you will have to reinstall the service pack. Again, keep your anti-virus off.

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