Quote 3rd Apr 201309:49 #4 jman98 View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join Date : Oct 2004 Location : Freedonia I also noticed he grave robbed an old thread, but Powered by vBulletin™Copyright © 2014 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. If you are getting the “No Disc” error then it is more likely you have a DVD finalization problem in which case you may be better off going back to the I had tried this before, but tried it again, it did not fix anything. http://divxvar.com/dvd-shrink/dvd-shrink-bex-error.html
It's seeing the structure properly I believe, since it's attempting to open the VIDEO_TS.ifo file. (movie\video_ts\files) find quote steelman1991 Donor Posts: 2,746 Joined: Jan 2009 Reputation: 16 2015-01-23 16:27 Post: #11 The time now is 03:53. Hmm, come to think of it I may have a dabble with ifoedit again.......... I am a newbie at Ifoedit but managed this: First thing I did was take one .vob file from each of several different clips I had on my PC. http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-88323.html
The entire FixVTSBackup folder can be moved and renamed VIDEO_TS of you want then that folder can be burned on to a new blank DVD. fasfrank, Apr 25, 2005 #14 baabaa Active member Joined: Jan 7, 2003 Messages: 2,217 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 66 Super.................... Simply click on a title, then press the play button. Or any other encoder.
Nevertheless, the wise move would be to try trouble shooting it first yourself. For such a small program, FixVTS can be a very useful tool if you backup a lot of DVDs, particularly if they are new DVDs and you use old tools such baabaa, Apr 25, 2005 #15 Boomhower Member Joined: Apr 23, 2005 Messages: 21 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 11 Just as an update, I've now fully tested the fix and burned I assume my options are to either eliminate the entire VTS_03 title and change the IFO files listing it or to put in some kind of dummy file for VTS_03_02.VOB.
When I initially tried to get DVD Shrink to open the disc I got an failed to read D:\ data error (cyclic redundancy check) . I had already uninstalled and reinstalled Shrink in hopes that this might correct the problem, but it did not. There can be many events which may have resulted in the system files errors. More about the author Boomhower, Apr 24, 2005 #6 fasfrank Active member Joined: Oct 15, 2003 Messages: 4,117 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 66 I managed to take a few .vob files and use Ifoedit
In the debug log you can see Kodi trying to open the VIDEO_TS.IFO file, but it just fails. Note that the main movie can consist of multiple parts (episodic DVDs, like TV series), but the guides cover this case as well. You can now try your DVD files with DVD Shrink or another program again. On the other hand, if the problem is a software, re-installation is needed.
These errors may cause any number of error messages to appear, all of which are quite meaningless. this contact form The Dvd Shrink Error Can't Find Video_ts.vob error is the Hexadecimal format of the error caused. you need to go to Settings > Videos > File Lists > Combine Split Video Items and make sure it's selected. Fix wrong PGC LBA pointers: This adjusts the First VOBU start LBA, Last VOBU start LBA and Last VOBU End LBA in PGCs when these LBAs are obviously bogus and remaps
find quote nefarious010 Junior Member Posts: 9 Joined: Jan 2015 Reputation: 0 2015-01-21 17:34 Post: #4 That wouldn't surprise me if it hadn't worked perfectly before messing with Media Center Manager. http://divxvar.com/dvd-shrink/dvd-shrink-error-en-la-programacion.html Keep everything on the DVD, remove some items or keep the main movie only? By Maikeru-sama in forum Video Conversion Replies: 24 Last Post: 8th Jul 2008, 19:09 VideoStudio 9 / DVD Shrink error: invalid data contained in file By JediPM in forum Newbie / You can also combine IfoEdit with DVD Shrink, remove stuff you don't want in IfoEdit, then compress the remaining movies using the Re-encode function of DVD Shrink but that's beyond the
If it contains a red part, your project is too large and won't fit onto a DVD±R disc. Thanks for your help, I'm gonna leave this DVD for now and come back to it later. That causes Kodi to see the DVD structure as one movie object. this content I would like to keep both the menu and the movie.
My 100+ blu rays were all ripped to stripped down ISOs and have no issues playing. I think the answer is to alter the VIDEO_TS.IFO as you suggested using IFOEdit. I was able to open the folder in Shrink and process as usual.
I dl'ed a movie as a RAR file, decompressed and when I tried burning DVD with NERO express it said the DVD was not video compliant. I'll let you know if I figure out what the problem was. 2COOL15th January 2005, 13:54Open up your VIDEO_TS.IFO in IfoEdit and go to VMGM_PGCI_UT. I could be wrong about this, but as best I can tell there no longer is a "Free partof dvdfab". How and where you do this depends on your computer set-up but for the purposes of this demonstration I created a folder on my C drive called “test” as you can
Click here follow the steps to fix Dvd Shrink Error Can't Find Video_ts.vob and related errors. This Dvd Shrink Error Can't Find Video_ts.vob error code has a numeric error number and a technical description. That causes Kodi to see the DVD structure as one movie object. have a peek at these guys In order to write on our forums you need to login.
Regards sweetness15th January 2005, 16:00BTW what DVD is it? It can also be caused if your computer is recovered from a virus or adware/spyware attack or by an improper shutdown of the computer. How can he buff a movie that has been downloaded? In some cases the error may have more parameters in Dvd Shrink Error Can't Find Video_ts.vob format .This additional hexadecimal code are the address of the memory locations where the instruction(s)
The first two boxes “Remove unref and blank cells” and “Fix wrong PGC LBA pointers” are the functions you want. This process is explained here. The Process The entire process should not take too long, but of course it depends on your settings and the actual DVD itself. This can also cause jumpy or stuttering playback of the DVD or complete freezes while the player is desperately searching around for things that either don’t exist or have been marked
The VTS_01 title is the main movie menu and the VTS_02 title is the actual movie. If you have a flipper disc (1/2 of the movie is on one side, the other half on the other side of the disc) and you'd like to join this to Clicked Get VTS Sectors, and it said: "Corrected sector addresses in table [VMGI_MAT]: VNG Number of Title Sets: [old:3] [new: 2]" It now loads into DVDShrink. I deleted the last title set, but if it had been any other one I assume I would have had to rename the remaining files.
No regrets though, I learned a lot of stuff in the process. If you prefer to keep only parts of the disc and discarding parts (or all) of the extras, select Re-author instead (technically, when re-authoring you create a new disc from scratch I think VOB id's are contained within the VIDEO_TS.ifo (not 100 % sure though). This is a "just in case" warning, but I have never encountered a bad DVD after it was processed with FixVTS.
I renamed all the files back to VIDEO_TS.vob after it started failing hoping it would restore functionality. You want that one so go ahead and give it a click! I tried browsing through the main IFO file in IFOEdit but have no idea what to look for. Then I selected OK.
The reasoning for this is that if Fix VTS fails to correct the problem I still have the original and if I want to try some other software for correction I