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Old 19th April 2004, 00:17   #1  |  Link
BluDChyLD
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Encoding VOBs from DVD with bad sectors

Hi,
I recently bought a second hand dvd, and when I copy the vobs over to the hard drive I get unrecoverable errors in DVD decryptor. Unfortuanatley there are a lot on the disc (1500!) - although the ripping and dvd2avi processes are ok, when I encode to DivX vdubmod crashes around half way when it encounters the bad sectors. Is there anyway I can stop this?
Thanks
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Old 19th April 2004, 00:45   #2  |  Link
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I can't comment on your question directly, but just to add something else, it's likely the source AC3s will be corrupt and so I think you'll get incomplete/corrupt audio as well.
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Old 9th May 2004, 00:53   #3  |  Link
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Re: Encoding VOBs from DVD with bad sectors

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Hi,
I recently bought a second hand dvd, and when I copy the vobs over to the hard drive I get unrecoverable errors in DVD decryptor. Unfortuanatley there are a lot on the disc (1500!) - although the ripping and dvd2avi processes are ok, when I encode to DivX vdubmod crashes around half way when it encounters the bad sectors. Is there anyway I can stop this?
Thanks
All Media Fixer has worked on the only bad VOB I had.
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