Originally posted by loggy
why the sizing issue for you? I've never seen such, and I've noted no commonality among reporters of such...
How about this thread , or perhaps this one ? There's also this one and this one , not to mention this one and this one . I only picked a few that I found, there were plenty more. Maybe you haven't been noticing these posts because this problem has never happened to you?
The most common solution to this problem is, "change the output size to 4400" but as you can see by reading the above threads, this does not always work. I'm not complaining about the functionality of the software, because we all know it is impossible to predict exactly what size the output folder will be.
My point is that whenever the output size is too big (and it happens quite often to a lot of people, including myself), all I have to do is point DVD2One back to the original VIDEO_TS folder that I ripped with DVDDecrypter (188.8.131.52 if you must know, although the version doesn't matter, as this has to do with DVD2One's estimation engine), change the desired output size and re-process for 10-12 minutes. If I was using AnyDVD, I'd have to wait another 45 minutes for DVD2One to process the VIDEO_TS folder (due to 2X ripping speed), then hope that the output size wasn't too big again (in which case, I'd have to do it AGAIN).
All that I'm saying is that AnyDVD doesn't make much sense for those of us who are limited to 2X ripping because of the unreliable estimation engine on DVD2One. AnyDVD makes sense for other people, and I reccommend the software to them, as it saves hard drive space (you don't have to rip the entire DVD to the hard drive), and time for those who can rip faster than 2X.