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wölfdale wrote:so, when i used DVD shrink to backup several dvd's they are now video_ts and audio_ts folders. is there a way to take these folders and make them a .iso?
ffmpegX can do it (it actually creates a .dmg, but they are the same thing). Though ffmpegX is Mac-only, it is just a front end for ffmpeg which is a command-line program that works on nearly all platforms (windows, mac, linus, etc). So if you can find a windows front end (GUI program to interact with the command line ffmpeg) it should be able to do it.
good luck, and the computers subforum might work better.
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I don't remember exactly, but there is definitely an option to allow for DVDShrink to save a ripped DVD directly to iso, without having to muck about with _ts folders. The option is there, somewhere, sorry I can't give more details about it, it's been ages since I've had to use it.
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I use magic iso and just add the whole folder that the video/audio folders are in and convert to an iso.
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