[QUOTE=Kerry56;2673392]Not something I’ve seen.
If the dvd will play from the drive in the computer, you may have to capture it as it plays. There are several programs that can do this, like Camtasia, Audials Tunebite or Action! from Mirillis.
If it won’t play from the drive in the computer, you might have to use a capture card or usb capture device connected to your dvd player through composite, s-video or component cables.
Capture as it plays will not be quite as good picture quality in general.[/QUOTE]
Thats a screener, all screener have or show an empty Video TS folder but its an illusion, the files are there. They also show no protection in AnyDVD but its there and they are also burned not pressed usually on DVD5 media. The protection is almost unbreakable because it calls home. If this is the case with this video, I would leave it alone unless it belongs to you legally. I am not accusing , just posting a likely senario.