Hi guys. Sorry it’s been so long getting back to you. First of all, Many Thanks, in this case, Kerry , your guidance got me through the 1st Rocky disc & in the end it worked flawlessly. Here are some observations which you might comment on.
First of all, when I put the Rocky Blu-ray in the Pioneer burner to rip it to my internal hard drive, I loaded DVD Fab Decrypter and it immediately put the Blu-ray Copy Trial Version of DVD Fab into action. It then defaults to making a MINISO file. You then need to download their DVD Fab Virtual Drive. I tried to play the Miniso file and it loaded in my Nero 10 Platinum HD KWIK MEDIA program & started to play the movie. However, it was consistently jerky & I deleted it. After reading your last post, Kerry, I decided to rip the" Movie only". I unchecked the box in DVD Fab Blu-ray Copy so that a MINISO would not be made.
Again I only ripped the MOVIE itself, the “highlghted one”. I created a DVD Fab Temp Blu-Ray Folder and then a folder inside that called ROCKY_1.
I then proceeded with the rip.It produced the 2 files U said it would. I then loaded them into IMGBURN, made the changed U advised & It started to work on the movie but seemed to be slow. It constantly was going between Writing and Waiting for Buffer to Recover & Waiting for the Hard Drive to reach the Threshhold level. It kept going through each cycle and when I left to go to town with my wife it was at about 6% complete. When I came back 3 hours later, it still hadn’t finished. It seemed to be working faster after it got by 60%.
My Motherboard is an ASUS P5Qc about 2 years old. The chip is an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Processor running at 3.00 GHZ. It has 6 MG of L2 Cache, running at 1333MHZ. I have 8 GB(2-4’s) of Crucial DDR3 SD Ram 1333 PC3 10600.I have installed a BFG 9800GT OC 512 GDDR3 Video Card.I believe my internal Hard drive is a Seagate 1 TB 7200 .
All of a sudden, it hit me why it may be so slow burning with IMGBURN.[B] I believe I ripped the movie to my External USB 2.0 Seagate Drive instead of my internal Hard Drive. [/B]When I got done it seems I used up a ton of space on my External Drive but I don’t know where it went as I burned the movie to a Blu Ray Disc in my Pioneer Internal Blu-ray Writer drive. I deleted the Ripped Rocky file when I was done but it seems I’ve used a few hundred GB of space on this external 1 TB drive. Does anyone have ideas on where to look? Surely I can delete some stuff.
I’m using Windows 7 Pro as my operating system.
One more thing, I don’t believe I can avoid using the DVD Fab Blu-ray copier when I load a Blu-ray & DVD Fab Decrypter. It automatically reverts to the Blu-ray Copier & wants to do the MINISO file.