I downloaded a video_ts folder, and when I try to put it into toast it says it's CSS encrypted and I cannot continue.
My question is, what is the best way to get around this. I've read that you can create a disc image, use MTR to remove CSS, then burn. Is this the best way? If so, what is the easiest way to create a disc image?
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Where are you going to get the decryption keys?
I have no clue what that means.
Just figured it out - I found a post that said the following (worked like a charm):
Take the VIDEO_TS folder into Toast 7
under the Data Tab, select DVD-ROM (UDF)
Drag and Drop your VIDEO_TS there.
Watch the Content slider, if it remains Green, your ok.
if not, change it from DVD to DVD DL.
Go file--> Save as Disc Image.
Target ample space on your computer to save the build.
Once the .toast image is built, and complete,
double click the image to mount in Toast.
Toast will mount this as an Actual DVD.
Launch MTR, re-rip DVD to a new location on your computer.
You are awesome. Worked just like you said. pretty quickly might I add. Thanx a million.
Have you tried DVD HD Fab Decryptor? It is free as well.
Edit: Oops sorry you downloaded it. I thought you have original DVD. an on MAC as well.
Last edited by audiophilehi; 8th Dec 2013 at 22:14.