Stop AnyDVD Ripper from adding volume name folder.

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by stanger89, Jan 5, 2008.

  1. stanger89

    stanger89 Member

    I feel like I'm missing something (searched and can't find it), but how do you stop AnyDVD Ripper from creating a volumename folder? ie, instead of putting the rip where I tell it, drive:\folder, it puts it in drive:\folder\volume. I know it's trying to be helpful, but I'd rather not have to move every DVD I rip.
  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Sorry, you can't stop AnyDVD ripper from adding the volume name to the path.
  3. stanger89

    stanger89 Member

    Darn, any chance of an option being added in a future version?

    Thanks for the quick reply.
  4. lostinlodos

    lostinlodos Well-Known Member

    If they do, PLEASE make it DEACTIVATED by default and make sure that it has atleast three warnings before you can turn it on so that there is NO CHANCE that we could accidently take away the Volume Title folder. The way it rips now: X:\XX\Volume\VideoTS is so useful for most people.
  5. deaacs

    deaacs Well-Known Member

    Maybe just a registry setting for "power users"?
  6. stanger89

    stanger89 Member

    Even if they just made it so that it added that Volume to the path in the dialog box (so it could be deleted) that would be great. What I find frustrating is that there's no indication anywhere that that folder is going to be made. It's one thing for apps to be helpful, but it's another for them to be too helpful, so much so that you have to work around them to get them to act the way you want.

    I mean, what if you want the movie in X:\XX\Moviename, the way it is now, you get X:\XX\Moviename\Volumename and have to move the rip, or you can put it in X:\XX\Volumename but then you have to rename it.
  7. lostinlodos

    lostinlodos Well-Known Member

    I understand your point, and agree that it would be nice to have that feature added for those that want/need it. I just want to voice my opinion that it should be very obvious when switching between options.