Question about dvd fab 5

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#1

I have been using Dvd fab 5 for several weeks and have been very pleased with it, especially after purchasing a $50 software from bestbuy, and finding out it is crap. Anyway, After I copy a movie to my harddrive, I will generally transfer it to a partable harddrive, for later viewing. I was wondering if their was a way that I am missing to copy the entire movie in one long section, rather than have it broken up into seperate sections, roughly one gig per section?

Thanks in advance!


#2

i myself prefer the video_ts folder for hard drive storage. however, as far as i know, dvdfab offers two other 100% quality options.

save as an ISO file or use the dvd to mobile option VOB passthrough.

to save a dvd as iso file, please click on the ISO icon next to the target selection

to use vob passthough:
please select the dvd to mobile option Generic

select a source - click next - click conversion settings

for device select VOB

now i am new the the VOB passthough method, so i dont know exactly what players will work and what type of processing can be done with the resulting files.

maybe some will come in and let us know.

thanks troy


#3

Hey thanks, I guess I should have said I have the free version of dvdfab 5, so I don’t get access to the Mobile sectiong. Also, when I tried doing the ISO file save thing, It only made it to where I could burn the saved file onto a DVD, I want to keep it on my harddrive to watch on the computer.

Thanks for the help though.


#4

if you are using the free dvdfabhd decrypter there is no method of burning with dvdfab. only option is to save to hard drive.

you can play the ISO with a free player called VLC media player
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

i use this player to play all my media files.

you can set your computer to always play the ISO file with VLC:

–right click the saved ISO file- click open with - choose program

– scroll down to select VLC - also select always use selected program


#5

Ok, I don’t want to burn the DVD. I just want to have it all as one file, and not like, six seperate chapters per movie. Thanks for the help :slight_smile:


#6

have we gotten you to where you want to be? if not lets keep trying.

your welcome