[QUOTE=potluckman;2627471]Thanks to everyone for the help. Problem appears to have been in the encoder portion of dvdfab as it ripped the movie to folder with no problems. Then attempted to encode this video to mp4 with using dvdripper and got same result as before, created a file but the file was empty. With my son’s help i then used Handbrake to encode the same raw video folder and it produced a l.2 G file and movie plays fine so something seems to be going on in in both dvdripper and bluray ripper when encoding Battle: Los Angeles. Since this is the only movie I have had having ripped about a hundred movies I think I will just ignore till it crops up again.[/QUOTE]
Well at least you now know it’s the conversion process and not the ripping.
I’d suspected that anyway which was why I’d mentioned this earlier since as far as we were aware all the problems ripping this disc were sorted some time ago.
I see SJ has contacted Fengtao and that info should help the DVDFab crew locate the problem.