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1:1 dvd –
is there any free or demo 1:1 dvd software out there like dvdxcopy
I think you can still find a copy of Prassi Primo DVD out there--but it won't work on DVD9's.
You can rip the vob's to your hard drive with Smart Ripper, then create a Data disc and copy only the vob's needed for the intro, menu, and movie from some DVD9's and make them fit on a DVD5.
Otherwise, you'll have to re-encode those vob's to another format that your burner's movie creation software supports. You can loose a good bit of quality during that process though. There are several free Video CD utilities out there that will create a DVD compliant stream that can be ported through app.'s like Ulead DVD Movie Factory or maybe one of the Nero products. I personally use Magix Movies to DVD/CD because it will import any A/V file that will play on your PC (but there is a 2 GB file size limitation). I find I get the best results converting the large DVD's to DIVX, then porting that through Magix.
You could also try encoding them to DIVX and using the PS2 player posted here on the forums in the developer/homebrew section also.
Here's a link to some info on ripping. It can get you to some nice links to help you find what's best for you:
You can use DVDECRYPTER to rip all Video_ts files and use INSTANT COPY to burn it to a single dvd-r with all menus, extras and legends preserved
Yeah, thinking about snagging that proggie--just not sure I want to fork out $100 bucks just yet--maybe when (if) i get a decent tax refund this year.....