I would like to rip all of the episodes of a TV show to my hard drive, rearrange the order, and burn them back onto DVD-R.
I am definitely not interested in trying to cram as many episodes as possible onto a DVD, so hopefully I will not have to re-encode.
I do not need menus to the various scenes within an episode, just a menu pointing to the different episodes.
What tools do I use, in what order?
My operating system is Windows 7.
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Last edited by Baldrick; 25th Feb 2014 at 17:10.
IAm, Baldrick's method is what I use. There's another important tool that you already have, too.
I use something like DVDFabDecrypter to copy my TV-boxset DVDs to my hard drive (let's say I have 5 disks, each with 6 episodes).
Then, I use Windows Media PLAYER and play each file-set on my hard-drive. I right-click during the Play session and "SHOW LIST", which Windows Media Player then displays which Title is playing Which Episode. Episode 1 might be Title 12. Episode 2 might be Title 4. So on, so forth.
Once I've determined which Title matches which Episode, then I start up Baldrick's DVD SHRINK and, instead of Open-File or Open-Disk, I immediately click on REAUTHOR. Then I 'browse' out to each of my DVD File-Sets and 'open' them, one by one, snagging the Titles I want in whatever sequence I want.