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hey, i got a DVD which works perfectly fine, its got a few video case-studies on it. problem is that i dont know how to run it off my hard-drive since i need to give the DVD back. i tried copyin… Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
hey, i got a DVD which works perfectly fine, its got a few video case-studies on it.

problem is that i dont know how to run it off my hard-drive since i need to give the DVD back.

i tried copying and pasting it but windows media player wont even recognise it.

theres one folder called "audio TS" which is empty and another folder called "video TS" which has the following format files:

PUB
IFO
VOB

theres 4 of each.

any help would be appreciated.

thanks.
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Download DVD Shrink. Very straightforward to use.
#2
Reddwarfposse5
Download DVD Shrink. Very straightforward to use.


^^ this! +1 great piece of kit :thumbsup:
#3
can't you just copy the dvd?
#4
deek72
can't you just copy the dvd?


No, most are copy protected.

DVD Fab is a good one for ripping, the one you want.

DVD Shrink is used to "shirnk" the DVD so it will fint on to a disc when you burn it.
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If you have already copied all of the files to your hard drive you should be able to play them using windows media player

If you start windows media player then go to file - open

Then where it says files of type in the drop down menu select "any file"

Navigate to the VIDEO_TS folder where you saved the DVD and select the first IFO file

It should play
#6
If no CSS e.g no encryption then create folder call video_ts and drag all files from DVD across in explorer. Use ImgBurn build mode to create DVD or ImgBurn pop dvd in reader then use read ISO mode then write ISO with a blank in your writer. If it is encrypted use dvddecrypter to read ISO / write ISO providing thsi is a single layer dvd .[dvd-5]

Reading the disc to ISO will if you want allow you to virtually mount it with daemon tools for example and will allow you to play it from your hard drive as if it's playing a disc in a dvd player.
#7
Kermit2004
No, most are copy protected.

DVD Fab is a good one for ripping, the one you want.

DVD Shrink is used to "shirnk" the DVD so it will fint on to a disc when you burn it.


Use magic dvd copier it will let you back it up even if it it copy protected :)

All you do is load your dvd put the setting to dvd5 and then hit go, when it's done just put a blank in and away you go.
#8
QuidProQuo
If you have already copied all of the files to your hard drive you should be able to play them using windows media player

If you start windows media player then go to file - open

Then where it says files of type in the drop down menu select "any file"

Navigate to the VIDEO_TS folder where you saved the DVD and select the first IFO file

It should play


omfg!!!!

your a genius!!!

i wasted my time download all that software ect and all it did was copy the video TS files which i already did my self.

i didnt even realise the file menu........had to right click :p

thanks man!!!!
#9
deek72
can't you just copy the dvd?


yh i did copy and paste it but i couldnt get it to run until someone pointed out i had to go on media player > file > open.

hehehehehe forgot the basics :whistling:
#10
fps_d0minat0r
omfg!!!!

your a genius!!!

i wasted my time download all that software ect and all it did was copy the video TS files which i already did my self.

i didnt even realise the file menu........had to right click :p

thanks man!!!!


No problem, I guessed it wasn't encrypted if its just case studies
#11
QuidProQuo
No problem, I guessed it wasn't encrypted if its just case studies


ok dont show off smarty pants.

lol joking :-D

btw i repped u.
#12
Good info.
#13
hi if u havent figured out yet thn try to download clone dvd which allows u to copy to hard disc then use vlc player to watch it .....

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