IFOFormat 22

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#1

Granted, I am new to this, however, I am getting an error:
IFOFormat 22 when I try to burn from a VIDEO_TS folder.

Can someone please clue me in…

Thanks,
Brad


#2

Please give some more information. What DVD are you trying to backup? What hardware do you use?


#3

If you own CloneDVD, send an email to bugs at elby . ch

Burning from a VIDEO_TS folder is what I’m trying to do to get around problems with Gigli and The Runaway Jury. I’m up to gragging the VIDEO_TS folder from the DVd to the hard drive.

I have started a thread on this.


#4

I have just purchased the Lite-On DVDRW LDW-811S. This is my first attempt at backing up movies. I have noticed several DVD Copy software titles out there and I am currently evaluating this one.

I am trying to back up Dickey Roberts. I have, in the VIDEO_TS folder, VTS_TS.BUP, .IFO, .VOB then VTS_0*.BUP, IFO, VOB, etc. 1-7.


#5

What software did you use to rip the Video_TS to your harddisk?


#6

I cant get CloneDVD2 to burn any files already encoded in my DVD/VIDEO_TS folder… The files were encoded by DVDShrink, Nero has no problem burning them when I use the app rather than Shrinks built in burner… I simply go to ‘Write Existing Data’, choose the folder the video files are in and try to burn… (Note: Im able to re-encode the files with CloneDVD2 and then burn them)…

I get the following error:



#7

After tinkering around a bit, I noticed that my video files are in DVD Temp folder and the VIDEO_TS folder in that directory is empty… If I place the files in the VIDEO_TS folder, they will burn…

CloneDVD2 wont look in the path that I specify, instead it will always look in the VIDEO_TS folder…


#8

It was ripped in CloneDVD but I was trying to burn it in the new CloneDVD2.


#9

Anyone else unable to have CloneDVD2 look in the folder where the DVD files are stored rather than always insisting to look in the VIDEO_TS folder…