|Nov 1, 2004, 05:11 PM||#1|
DVD Copying -> Toast Error Code?
I know this topic has been posted on a million previous occasions - trust me, I've searched through them (gozzy smilie).
I'm trying to copy my new Star Wars DVD *purely for educational purposes* (no, honestly...). I'm using MacTheRipper and DVD2OneX to rip and compress the file, and am then trying to write the files to DVD-r.
I've tried burning a couple of DVD-r's, but to no avail - they're not being recognised by any of my DVD players (I suspect this is due to me simply being a pillock and messing up somewhere).
The rip and compression is fine - I've tested them using Panther's DVD player, where I'm going wrong appears to be at the burning stage. When burning the DVD it keeps coming up with the following message:
Anybody have any ideas where it's going wrong and how I can fix it?
Any help would be gratefully received
|Nov 1, 2004, 05:20 PM||#2|
I usually avoid the DVD-Video option and go for data disc with UDF selected.
Also make sure you name the copy the same as the original...
Hell, just see this thread
|Nov 1, 2004, 05:59 PM||#3|
Thanks for your help - without it I was going to go mad!
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