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Dvd Shrink Error: Invalid UDF Filesystem
What does that error means? I receive that error when i try to backup 'Tomb Raider - The cradle of life' movie. It gives the error when dvdshrink checks the dvd.
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When a dvd movie isn't accessible by DVDShrink my advice is to start your dvd playback software.
Check if the software can play the dvdmovie. Then try dvdshrink.
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Re: Dvd Shrink Error: Invalid UDF Filesystem
Well this is so old you may have already figured it out, but here goes - I just had the same problem, but found it because I had an iso image that would play just fine on the PC, but when burned to a disk wouldn't play on my DVD player. I got the "invalid UDF filesystem" message when trying to open the image in DVDShrink. So...I opened the image with Ultra ISO and noticed that there was no AUDIO_TS folder, just the VIDEO_TS folder. I added the audio folder, and saved the image with a new name. No more complaints from DVD Shrink, and it now plays on the home dvd player.
Last edited by flyboydave; 04-02-2005 at 09:43.