please read the official guide. yes, it seems you may have a simple mistake somewhere and reading the guide will help you get familiar with dvdfab.
if you still have the seminar dvds, please delete what dvd rips you have already saved. this way to start over and not accidentally use a possible bad rip. [ripping is dvd to hard drive/ burning is hard drive to dvd]
what version of dvdfab are you using? did you download from dvdfab.com? are you using the free decrypter or a trial of dvdfab gold or platinum? there is an updated version available here. it is a beta but please use this version.
if you are using the trials of gold or platinum you can rip and burn with just a few easy clicks, using only dvdfab.
i dont know what, or if, any changes you made in settings, but lets just go and click the default button before we proceed. then make just three changes.
set your write speed to 8x and write type to SAO
and the third change is to disable pathplayer
if you do have the seminar dvds,
-- please open dvdfab in full disc mode, insert one of the dvds into your drive
-- using the drop down select your dvd writer as target [not the folder or ISO
icons, this is why you had failed to create directory]
-- do not make changes to the copying, removing or navigation settings
-- click start and wait for dvdfab to complete task 1, you will then be asked to
insert blank media and click ok
if you do not have the seminar dvds anymore:
-- please open dvdfab in write mode
-- select your source by navigating to your video_ts folder, using the folder icon
-- select your target by using the drop down
-- click start and the files will be written to disc
also dvdfab does save a partial log even if no burning has taken place. can you please check again for the log.
My Documents/ DVDFab/ Logs