New interface and new ripping problems

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by BenBangs, May 12, 2007.

  1. BenBangs

    BenBangs New Member

    With this latest version, there's only one white line that turns green, and it's not when it comes to ripping a disc I was able to rip before, an "unofficial" copy of a TV show. But when I put in an authorized studio disc, suddenly instead of "Video TS" my ripped folder is now titled the same as the source disc.

    Is this the way it's supposed to be? And how can I get back to truly being able to rip and copy ANY DVD?????????
     
  2. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Yes, and you can find the video_ts folder within.

    The Best Way to Rip With Anydvd

    The best options are listed in order:

    1. The best way to rip using Anydvd is to use Clonedvd2 (if you want video files and not a sector 1:1 rip).

    If you can't or are not willing to do Step 1, this is how you rip using Anydvd:

    2. a) You don't need to rip at all and can just directly import the disc directly into whatever burning application you want, provided Anydvd is running in the background. You don't necessarily need to rip first at all. Not having to rip first is one major advantage of using Anydvd.

    b) Alternatively, with the latest version of Anydvd running, drag and drop the video_ts folder to your desktop using Windows Explorer.

    Options 2a) and 2b) should produce the same results.


    3. If you can't get what you want using #1 and #2 first, then you right click on the fox icon on your toolbar and select "rip video-dvd to hard disk"--but only if methods 1 and 2 fail first. For more information click this please

    "6.1.4.1 2007 05 02
    - New (DVD): AnyDVD ripper rewritten from scratch. It is no
    longer based on FixVTS code but on the powerful copy engine of
    CloneDVD2, licensed from Elaborate Bytes AG. If you want more
    control (stream selection, main movie only selection, ...) we
    recommend elby CloneDVD2 available at http://www.slysoft.com"


    Please note that this sticky does not apply to the HD-DVD/Blu-Ray ripper option in Anydvd HD, which you should be using for those respective formats.
     
  3. georgiejr

    georgiejr New Member

    Hi Webslinger,

    I am new to this so bear with me. I am confused with step 2b. drag the Video_TS folder. How do you create this VIDEO_TS folder and will it have files on it.

    Is there any setting in AnyDVD that would output it to a VIDEO_TS folder to a directory of your choice.

    Thank you.