I had the same problem. However, I found many posts relating to the problem. You need to the following programs:
PSL2 plugin for pgcedit
FixVTS (comes with pgcedit)
Look for a guide - it goes something like this:
- Rip with DVDDecrypter - let it fail
- Save DVDDecrypter log file
- Close DVDDecrypter and open pgcedit
- PSL2 wizard will automatically come up and walk you through what you need to do - first it will have you open the log file and create a PSL file
- Then it re-opens DVDDecrypter and you import the PSL file
- Re-rip - it will work this time. What it's doing is replacing bad sectors intentionally put in to encrypt the DVD with blank sectors
- Close DVDDecrypter and open FixVTS - it will ask you to drag and drop the problem VOB. You can clean just that VOB or all of them - I do them all.
- Close FixVTS and open DVDShrink - you should have no problem shrinking and burning.
One side affect - when playing the copied DVD, the DVD player stops after 11 seconds of playing. I believe this is where the bad sectors were (replace by blanks). To resolve the problem, I just open the DVD player and close it again. The movie resumes at the 12 second mark and there's no problems watching the film.
The posts show two other ways to resolve this problem.
- Use DVD43 - have it run while you try to read the disk in DVDShrink. This didn't work for me.
- Use DVDFab - that was my third choice and since the above approach worked, I didn't have to try this one.
Hope this helps. Again, there are tons of posts on this, so if you need more details, just search.