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A friend of mine sent me a dvd-rw disk, finalized I believe. I went to copy it into Decrypter, but it apparently only wants to copy in ISO mode, not really what I was looking for. Is this the case if the disk isn't finalized too? (so I can tell him for next time)

I'd like to just get vob or mpg files from this. Any advice for best method to do so?
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03-04-2005, 07:15 AM
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If you want to use DVD Decrypter to extract files from a disc, follow this guide:

http://www.digitalfaq.com/edit/recor...corderedit.htm


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I'll have to ask him if he did this in VR mode instead of video mode, perhaps that's why I cannot use this method.
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Your files will be VRO files if he did. In that case, just copy the VRO file to your hard drive.

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Yup, that's what they were - but niether dvd drive on my desktop could read it and show the files. Luckily my laptop did; and then I just had to let it chug over my wireless network.
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