I am trying to make a full backup of my Blu-ray disk of "Hitchcock" to a DVD 5 or a DVD 9 using BD Rebuilder and have failed at both.
I am using Windows XP, Service Pack 3.
I am using Verbatim DVD-R and Verbatim DVD +R DL media.
I have verified that FFDSHOW Video Decoder Configuration for MPEG2 decoding is enabled and uses libmpeg2.
I have Windows Media Player 11 installed.
I ripped the disc using AnyDVD Ripper to "Rip Video DVD to Harddisk".
In BD-RB Settings>Setup, under Video Encoding Options I have checked "Use DECOMB filter on interlaced sources" and under General Encoding Options I have checked "IVTC sources with 3:2 pulldown".
I used ImgBurn, "Write files/folders to disc" and selected the Hitchcock folder as source. I did not include the "Working" files folder that was included when I ripped the disk using Any DVD Ripper. If I include "Working" file, I cannot fit all on a DVD -R or a DVD +R DL. I don't know if I need it.
When I click the calculator button in ImgBurn, I do not get a message that says, "Your image contains a 'BDMV' folder in the root directory so I'm going to assume it's a Blu-ray disc."
I selected a write speed of 2x.
Under Options in ImgBurn, the file system selected is UDF.
After selecting the "Burn" button, the pop-up confirms the Content Type is BD Video.
I am using an LG DVD-RW drive to burn the disk. I also have a Samsung Blu-Ray RW. Should I be burning in a Blu-ray drive instead?
I do not understand why each burned disk is unplayable.