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Unable To Copy Dvd To Disk Or Folder

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I just purchased the NXT Pro 2 program. I have a stack of home video's (DVD-R) that were recorded the last 5 years on my Sony camcorder. I simply want to copy these discs to my hard drive. I have opened the Roxio Copy & Convert program & selected the copy DVD button. The "From" side shows in the option window: E:Matshita-DVD+RW SW830 (which is my DVD drive). The other option: Browse for disc image/DVD-video folder. The "To" side of the window gives 3 options. 1. Matshita-DVD+RW SW830 2. Disc Image 3. DVD-video folder. I inserted my movie DVD-r into the dvd drive. I chose the E:Matshita-DVD+RW SW830 on the left (From side) and the DVD-Video folder on the right (TO side). The green arrow on the bottom is grayed out! The DVD will not play on the left nor will it allow me to copy. I even tried to choose the Matshita-DVD+RW SW830 on the right to see if I could at least copy another disk and it too will not light up the green arrow. I have a Dell Inspiron 660, 8.00GB memory. CPU is an Intel Core i5-3330 @3.00GHZ. My operating system is Microsoft Windows 8 (64-bit). Any ideas?

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Camcorders often leave their discs Open so that more can be added later...

 

The files of interest to you are going to be located in the VIDEO_TS folder on the disc. They will have a VOB extension.

 

For a quick test, copy that folder to your HDD then point Video Copy and Convert to your folder and pick any of the VOB's in there.

 

See what that does, it should give you some choices ;)

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