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ckl1998 -> Zero file size DVD? (5/25/2002 12:23:00 PM)

I am using PowerDVD.
I got some DVDs (like the Celine: All the Way, Eyes Wide Shut) that cannot be played by computer but can be played by home DVD player.
I noticed that the BUP, IFO and VOB files in these DVDs are zero byte in size.
Is this a problem of DVD drive or PowerDVD?
Why the files are in zero bytes?




Edited by - ckl1998 on 05/25/2002 12:28:44

Edited by - ckl1998 on 05/25/2002 12:30:44




john -> RE: Zero file size DVD? (5/25/2002 2:32:37 PM)

Hmm..Interesting. Never heard this before.

Try to rip the DVD contents with a DVD Ripper (like Smart-Ripper)

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ckl1998 -> RE: Zero file size DVD? (5/26/2002 11:49:16 AM)

SmartRipper fails to rip these DVDs, as it will indicate "access violation".






john -> RE: Zero file size DVD? (5/26/2002 6:19:34 PM)

Strange. Maybe they have introduced a new DVD protection? I will try look them to test this

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ckl1998 -> RE: Zero file size DVD? (5/27/2002 10:13:51 AM)

Not only me cannot play these DVDs but also my friends.
These DVDs are pirated DVDs. Currently they can only be played by home DVD player, not DVD drives in the PC.
The characteristics of these DVDs is files (BUP, IFO and VOB) in these DVDs are zero byte in size.







thunderburn -> RE: Zero file size DVD? (5/28/2002 5:01:39 PM)

rip with vstrip





ckl1998 -> RE: Zero file size DVD? (5/30/2002 12:32:07 AM)

I had tried vstrip. It failed.





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