joecamel Wrote:I can rip i


joecamel Wrote:

I can rip it to my harddrive,

That’s usually what you have to do. When I was working doing transcoding and such, I actually had someone bring in a miniDVD that was cracked in multiple spots [physically almost broken in half], and I was able to rip it, so you should be able to rip the data directly from a good disc. Note that you shouldn’t need to do any decrypting like you would on a normal DVD, and if your editing software supports MPEG2, you may be able to just rename the files [they should be the larger files in the VIDEO_TS folder] to .MPG, .MP2, .M2P, or .M2S and use them.

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