You can use shrink like you said to rip the movie. When you analyze the movie, the next screen that shows is the chapters and all of the movie in full backup mode. displayed at the top. if you want to re-author the movie, you can pick that option also at the top and pick out extra features that you might want, say a preview along with the main movie. But when you are doing a full movie, make sure you look at the compression ration also. if it's a bigh movie with a bunch of extras, your compression rate will be somewhere,probably, in the middle. I have had some of mine be in the 50's to high 40's. So if it's quality of the movie that you're looking for, most people only do the movie without all of the extras, has a better pic. you can also pick a custom ratio to apply to different parts of the disk. if you click on extras, then click on the box that has automatic ratio, you can scroll down to custom ratio and lower it. those parts of the movie aren't really that important. when you lower their ratio's, it makes the main movies ration go up. the higher the ratio, the better the pic. once you've ripped it, then you can use nero burning rom, then click on dvdvideo, then clickon the label tag to name your movie. then pick out your files and drag them to the burning app. p/m if you need anymore help.