[QUOTE=videobruce;2306812]I just tried coping the added feature ‘Making of’ (whatever it was called) and found the audio track was from the movie itself, not of the clip I was watching.
I understand “directors comments” within the actual movie itself, but this is a separate clip.
Another issue, why are there two versions of the movie of different lengths, but the same number of chapters? They are both 16x9 unlike movies that have both aspect ratios. If the 2nd version is another angle, why is it a different length?
Lastly, this disc has a 26 other entries entries (other than the two movie version and the ‘added feature’) which I assume are the indivual chapters. Why?
You’re trying to do too many things here at once.
You want to copy the ‘Making of’ feature, yet you’re including the film’s audio track (with Director’s comments) as part of the feature. Too much.
You should just be doing title 18 (the ‘Making Of’ feature) and the English audio portion - you apparently also want subtitles, yet checked too many of those, too…just check the English ones (NOT the Director’s Comments), and use just those three for the rip; Title 18, English Audio ONLY, and the English Subpicture ONLY.
Why is one longer than the other? Do some quick mental arithmetic, and total the film (2:06) plus the extra (Making of - 38:51) and you’ll find that they come to within seconds of the length of title 2 - apparently the title 2 is the film, Director’s comments and Making Of all rolled into one.
Have you tried watching it to determine if this is the case?
The other items on that list are probably ‘red herrings’ - items put there to fox any copying programs that try to copy the disk - one or two of them may be things like the film’s art-work, or photos from the set - I don’t have this DVD, so I don’t know what extras are offered, but they are definitely NOT the individual chapters of the film.
Hope this helps.