No problem. We learn by asking, so, it’s not a big deal. You’ll find the AUDIO_TS folder on the DVD to be completely empty. It’s not used at all. The audio is embedded in the VOBS. If you follow my directions completely you won’t have any more problems.
As for CloneDVD, I definitely recommend it. There is a company behind CloneDVD so if something does break, we’ll get a fix for it. When DVD Shrink breaks, there’s no support to create a new version to fix the problem. Hence the Vob Blanker and FixVTS work arounds that are out to make the DVD structure compliant from DVD Shrink’s point of view. If you value your time, then CloneDVD is DEFINITELY worth the investment. I wouldn’t live without it on my machine. While I use other programs, too, such as Vob Blanker and DVD-RB, those are more for the special cases rather than for the rule. Vob Blanker I use to remove annoying trailers and warning logos. DVD-RB I use for when serious compression is required. CloneDVD I use for almost everything.