I wanted to make copies of some music video DVD's I have. Potentially I want to make up my own music video compilations on a DVD.
So I started reading up on this a few days ago, and have got as far as copying the VIDIO_TS folder from one DVD to my hard drive. I've then used a product 'BurnAware free' to burn this onto a blank DVD+RW, to test it.
The playback quality on my DVD player was poor, so I tried doing it again at the slowest rate (2.4x). This improved things but both the video play and audio is pixelated and juddery.
Am I missing a trick here, is this some security, measure?
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Thread: Poor quality Copying music DVD's
Don't waste your time.....get a decrypter like DVDFabDecrypter or AnyDVD.....even out-of-date programs like DVDDecrypter SHOULD be able to handle concert DVDs but if not....see my first two suggestions.
For making your own compilations, DVDShrink(if used AFTER decrypting/ripping) is a good place to start.
Are these DVDs commercial ones ?
What do you mean by 'copying'. Simply dragging the folders from the disk to your HDD or using ripping software ?
I would suggest, when we establish the above, that use use imgburn and not the program you are currently using to burn.
These are shop-bought music video DVD's, from about 2004 onwards, and Yes I'm copying the VIDEO_TS folder from the DVD to my hard disk.
I had thought they had copied across and played okay, but have now testing the VOB files on my hard disk, I can see they haven't.
So, am I foolish to think that when programs like Windows Media Player, and Real Player, have 'burn' options, that these would work?