What to do When DVDFAB FAILS?

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#1

I have a DVD I’m trying to backup. Its been a few years and I initially ripped it with Decrypter and was going to use Shrink to write it to the new DVD.

I got Video but no Audio.

Wrote to ISO.
Wrote to File
Wrote to file then used filetoiso and Imgburn
Cloned from DVDFAB Platinum

All with video but no audio.

But I can use Cyberlink Power DVD Drag the file VTS_01_1.VOB to it and get the audio. I might mention there isn’t any files listed in the audio folder.

I’m old. Help. :wink:


#2

Having no audio files in the audio T’s folder is normal. Use Gspot to see what the audio is.


#3

Did you try just using DVD Fab to do the job directly from the original DVD?


#4

But I can use Cyberlink Power DVD Drag the file VTS_01_1.VOB to it and get the audio.

So the rip does contain audio. What program were you using that made you think there was no audio?


#5

Yes I used the original with DVDFAB

I’ve also used Decrypter to file and to ISO and Nero.
Decypter to file and Shrink.
DVDFAB to ISO then Imgburn.
DVDFAB (CLONE) w original.
DVDFAB to File then Nero.

Lots of coasters in my waste basket.


#6

There seems to be 2 audios in the disc, in the proposed codec solutions and test box in Gspot select 2 in the audio and post the results,probably going to be DTS.


#7

Yes one is 5.1. I’ll post the photo in a min.

It says #2 DVD_LPCM_AUDIO
#1 AC3


#8

Just use Fab to write it then, full disc dvd5, should be fine, what discs are you using to burn with.


#9

Sony DVD -R’s & I have some Fuji Film DVD +R’s


#10

Either one should work fine. If you use the Fuji set it in Fab to booktype DVD-Rom


#11

I appreciate all the responses.

It wasn’t the burn process. I tried it on another computer and it said it didn’t have the proper codec.

I’ve got it to play in a Pioneer DVD player.

I’m surprised how much things have change on this in a few years. I’ll keep reading.

Thanks for the help.


#12

Moved to the DVD Fab forum.