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  1. In ifo mode, is it possible to queue up episodes, so it rips them at once?
    I can only seem to select one at a time.
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    It's not possible in the GUI, but you can do it via command-line provided you know what VTS and PGC you want (you can view the DVD in DVDDecrypter beforehand to get this info).

    Then create a batch file in Notepad, and paste the following for each PGC you want:

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    "c:\program files\dvd decrypter\dvddecrypter.exe" /MODE IFO /SRC F: /DEST "D:\RIPPED\Episode 1\" /VTS 4 /PGC 1 /SPLIT NONE /START /CLOSE
    Let's break that down, shall we ...

    "c:\program files\dvd decrypter\dvddecrypter.exe" - the path to the DVDDecrypter exe.
    /MODE IFO - tells it to use IFO mode.
    /SRC F: - tells it the source is my F drive.
    /DEST "D:\RIPPED\Episode 1\" - sets the destination folder.
    /VTS 4 /PGC 1 - tells it I want VTS 4, PGC 1.
    /SPLIT NONE - tells it I want one big file (no file-splitting).
    /START /CLOSE - tells it to start the job automatically on executing the line of code in the batch file, and then close DVDDecrypter on finish.

    You include one line per PGC, so for episodic discs you may well get the following:
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    "c:\program files\dvd decrypter\dvddecrypter.exe" /MODE IFO /SRC F: /DEST "D:\RIPPED\Episode 1\" /VTS 4 /PGC 1 /SPLIT NONE /START /CLOSE
    "c:\program files\dvd decrypter\dvddecrypter.exe" /MODE IFO /SRC F: /DEST "D:\RIPPED\Episode 2\" /VTS 5 /PGC 1 /SPLIT NONE /START /CLOSE
    "c:\program files\dvd decrypter\dvddecrypter.exe" /MODE IFO /SRC F: /DEST "D:\RIPPED\Episode 3\" /VTS 6 /PGC 1 /SPLIT NONE /START /CLOSE
    "c:\program files\dvd decrypter\dvddecrypter.exe" /MODE IFO /SRC F: /DEST "D:\RIPPED\Episode 4\" /VTS 7 /PGC 1 /SPLIT NONE /START /CLOSE
    The above assumes that episodes 1-4 are VTS 4-7, and PGC 1 in each VTS.

    Go to a command prompt, navigate to your DVDDecrypter directory and type dvddecrypter /? for more options:



    That should get you started.
    If in doubt, Google it.
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    I'm not sure if it's kosher replying to a thread this long after it's been posted, but I just stumbled over this process.

    It works great for some discs, but on other discs, when DVDDecrypter first reads the disc, it brings up a box where it's asking you about the region encoding of the disc, and you have to click "OK" to confirm that the region is Region 1 or whatever.

    Unfortunately, this stalls the automated batch processing since it requires interaction, you can't just walk away and come back to find it done. Is there any way to prevent this box popping up, or a command that can be used to automate telling DVDdecrypter to proceed as though you had clicked "OK"?
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    some problems... or am i doing smth wrong?
    when i started command file with command lines, it opens dvd decrypter, then i have to push decrypt button. but: 1) program starts decrypt into another folder, not into my created and which is in command line; 2) after decrypting PGC 1, i push decrypt button, and program wants to decrypt into the same folder and asks overwrite or rename files... it seems like command file doesn't work correctly...
    what's wrong??
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    Are you running the batch file from a command prompt? you should not have decrytor open when you run the batch file.
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    Originally Posted by realas_LT
    what's wrong??
    Dunno exactly, but it's something you're doing (or not doing).

    The command line should be one continuous line in the batch file for each PGC (and not 3 lines like it shows above).
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    I had the same problem. Fixed it by doing this:

    Under "Tools-> Settings" theres checkmarks under the Other box. uncheck em all and it works.

    Hope this helps someone.
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