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Old 16 Oct 2006, 08:18 AM   #1
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I think that I may change something I shouldn't have. I burned Click to my desktop via DVD fab decrypter and now dvd shrink won't open it. When I try to open the file it says failed to open file and at the very end it says video_ts.ifo. And then it says it can't find the specified file. Any thoughts.
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Old 16 Oct 2006, 08:21 AM   #2
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Have you tried RipIt4Me??

See the links in my signature.
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Old 16 Oct 2006, 08:25 AM   #3
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Yes, more times than I care to mention. I can't get it to work.
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When you open files in Dvd Shrink do you actually see the folder in the browse window? Try moving that folder to where DvdFab would have originally ripped it, your documents.
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Ripit4me, says " your fixvts path points to dvd shrink 3.2.exe, but it should point to fixvts.exe". I have no clue what this means or how to change it. Please help an idiot!
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yes, that message is very similiar except I specified that dvd fab decrypter save it to my desktop. moving it to my documents did not help.
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If you look at the stickie you will find a RipIt4Me installer.

This will install the programs and insure the paths are correct. Or you can go to settings, Preferences, push the "." in front of Path to FixVTS: C:\Program Files\PgcEdit\plugins\FixVTS.exe. and browse to where you have it installed.

Also it would be good to read the guides. Some really good ones.
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Ripit4me, says " your fixvts path points to dvd shrink 3.2.exe, but it should point to fixvts.exe". I have no clue what this means or how to change it. Please help an idiot!
In your preferences for RI4M, there are paths that the program needs to know about.

Instead, delete RI4M and use the installer from my signature in post # 2.

It will install everything correctly.
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What version of DVDFab Decrypter do you use?
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Gary D,
Looks like I wrote faster.
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Old 16 Oct 2006, 09:12 AM   #12
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Gary, that link put me on a wild goose chase. I even registered over at dog house and still can't download the software.
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Old 16 Oct 2006, 09:13 AM   #13
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Soup, I found the saved copy and burned it successfully. Thanks

I still can't figure out ripit4me, this after spending a lot of the day screwing with it.
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Gary, Ive signed in several times and I'm told I can't access that page.
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Make sure you keep DvdFab updated. I would at least take some time & read the RipIt4Me guide just in case you need it. 1-Click mode in RipIt4Me is a piece of cake. As for setting the paths in RipIt4Me, it is just like browsing for a folder.
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