Hello, Just my insight and experience with Record Now DX.
I Have a Lite-On LDW 411S. I first tried DVDX Copy Express, then Gold. Had Nothing but problems with them.
Then Upgraded the firmware on the dvd drive, then started using DVD Shrink.
I remembered seeing the option in record Now DX from when I had it a year ago.
“Recognize Video_TS Folders”
So I reinstalled DX that came bundled with my dvd burner As to make sure I had the most current Build.
Then I Used DVD Shrink to De macro, and de region. While taking out french subtitles, etc and 5.1 because I dont have the speakers for 5.1 Sound. And dont speak french, I set the options to create DVD compliant folders.
Then Just opened up DX and selected data Disc. Then set the options to recognize the video_ts and audio_ts folders and made sure their was a empty folder dont delete the empty one thats created, thats the important key. To get dx to work right. Then set dvd file structure to udf 108 ~ 8+3 bridge. Track at once Closed.Once I set all the options in DX I just drug all the files from my E:/RIP Directory into the DX Pallete. It instantly changed the folder names to Red, and changed the icons next to them as to show that DX is made for this operation.
Ripped it up, slapped it in my old and I mean old dvd player, (that wont play vcd’s i might add) and it booted right up, menus were great, extras were there. Movie Looked Sensational! and didnt skip or corrupt once.
In My Opinion, Record Now DX and DVD Shrink are the way to go.
Not only will record now rip almost every kind of disc out there, but it has multi-drive support,
I used “CompUSA” Brand DVD-R’s And a 79$ Internal Lite-ON LDW 411S Bus Link CD/DVD-+R/-+RW
DVD RW’s Are not compliant with older DVD players, and risk phase change degradation, DVD-R’s Are not bound by those imperfections. And are cheaper, 25 pak spindle $19.99 Comp USA in-house brand.