I know I could just copy and paste the mpg files from the MPEGAV folder of a VCD but here's the thing. I have hundreds of VCD movies (They're cheaper than DVDs) and I want to back them up onto data dvd disks. I don't want to sit there renaming every single disk a and disk b, making new folders, etc. Also, many of my VCDs have trailers or special features.
I didn't realize that DVD Decrypter can't rip a VCD to an ISO file.
Is there a program that will rip my VCDs into ISO or BIN files without converting and losing any quality? I want to be able to put a disk in, type the name of the movie, and click a button.... Just like with DVD Decrypter.
Thanks for any help!
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Imgburn as baldrick says.Have a good one,
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One more question please
So far, I've had 3 VCDs that won't rip. The program stays stuck on analyzing the disks but it just won't start ripping. When I copy and paste the MPEGAV folder, it copies fine.
Why is it doing that?
Jman and corn, I will keep those programs in case I ever need to edit VCDs. Thanks!
To better rip, try ISOBuster, as it has facilities for re-trying reads, etc.
Use the "Extract MPEG Mode2Form2 tracks" technique: see this link on ISOBuster.com.
Note that just "copying" the [MPEGAV] folder may not actually get the tracks, which may be why it isn't having a problem. Remember, those are actually just Links/Shortcuts/Aliases. The actual clips reside on completely separate tracks from the 1st track (which is the ISO portion), and they are formatted differently - no filesystem; just the raw data stream.