Yes, I think for ease of explanation that saving from Shrink to an ISO, is very easy , then just start up DeCryptor and burn the ISO. Its that easy, in the end it doesn't matter if you save ISO or video and audio folders, but I did have a problem a long time with Nero ,burning the video and audio folders, I don't think I had the parameters set correctly so I just did the no-brainer, and ripped to an ISO, then let DeCryptor do the rest. Bit-Setting is alot for a newcomer to backing up to understand, so in my opinion, any set top player that will play a +r (not bitset) will certainly play a -r, so if you are in doubt about your player start with -r. Also check here:http://www.videohelp.com/dvdplayers and search for the dvd player in question, and find out what it likes. I also wanted to clarify, that I rarely use decryptor for ripping, only troublesome movies, I just use Decryptor for burning, and Shrink for ripping. AS far as quality goes, if I have a long movie, and compression is below75% then I just do a chapter split in Shrink, and burn to 2 discs. Also keep in mind, if you just want to grab some of the extras, that you can specify the compression on the extras alone, and leave the movie itself for less compression. Hope this helps, and Good Luck.