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CZroe

9th October 2009, 03:17

The disc is in perfect condition but AnyDVD throws a read or I/O error when it reaches ~15% complete in either Image or Video DVD (files) mode. I'm guessing that it's a special protection because the disc looks perfect and I had no problems watching it off the original disc. Any searches for this DVD fail to turn up corroborating info but I don't see any successes either (it looks like most rips are made from older versions of this disc released in other regions).

Dialog from Video DVD mode:
---------------------------
AnyDVD Ripper
---------------------------
FileIO 3 VTS_01_1.VOB 1067079680 604160
---------------------------
OK
---------------------------


A little help?


prOnorama

9th October 2009, 03:32

The UK PAL version has some strange copy protection (or it was just badly authored?) which resulted in out of sync audio after ripping with DVD Decrypter. I ripped to .avi and just adjusted the audio sync, but maybe try DVDFab and see if it works for a full DVD backup.


CZroe

9th October 2009, 03:43

Thanks. FWIW, the error dialog in Image/ISO mode is:

---------------------------
AnyDVD Ripper
---------------------------
Error reading from drive E:!
---------------------------
OK
---------------------------


GLUBSCH

9th October 2009, 17:19

Hey CZroe, have you tried the awesome MakeMKV (www.makemkv.com) yet? Probably not. Enjoy! :)


setarip_old

9th October 2009, 18:35

@CZroe

Hi!

Did you purchase the Tartan release or the Vivendi release?


CZroe

9th October 2009, 22:10

@CZroe

Hi!

Did you purchase the Tartan release or the Vivendi release?

It's the Vivendi release but it looks like it wasn't a special copy protection after all. After DVD Fab Decrypter HD failed I finally looked up my registration info and installed AnyDVD on another PC so I could try a desktop drive and it worked fine. This laptop's drive has had issues mounting discs on the first try (like so many others, the media change sensor goes bad first), so I guess it's about time to look for a replacement.

Sorry guys. False alarm. *shrug* Hey, it worked with every other DVD I threw at it.


setarip_old

10th October 2009, 00:03

Glad to hyear you've resolved your problem - and that you purchased the "right" (quality) version ;>}


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Open ANYDVD File

To open ANYDVD file you need to find an application which works with that kind of file. ANYDVD file extension is used by operating systems to recognize files with content of type ANYDVD. Here is some information which will get you started.

How to Open ANYDVD file

  • To see if you have an application which supports ANYDVD file format you need to double click on the file.
  • This will either open it with matching application or Windows operating system will suggest you to look for an application for file extension ANYDVD either on web or on local computer.
  • If there is no application on your computer which can open ANYDVD files you need to search on the internet which application can open ANYDVD files.

What is ANYDVD File?

File extensions help computers locate correct application for specific files. Operating systems will not look into the content of the files to be opened, but instead, it will immediately locate the file extension of the file and locate for associated application that can open ANYDVD files. This helps the computer to organize its functions and work much faster. Most operating systems (Windows) require the use of file extensions, but others do not (Unix).

These file extensions are also beneficial for us. By simply looking at the filename, we can determine what type of information is stored to that and what applications can open these files. Have you noticed that when your computer acquires an unknown file, it will ask your permission to look for associated program to open it or look for these programs over the Internet? Yes! These file extensions make the work of the computer easy. Once there is no application associated with the file, then the computer will immediately ask the users assistance to help look for the source files.

ANYDVD File Applications

If you know which application opens file extension ANYDVD and it is not mentioned on our site please e-mail us via contact form.

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How to Rip DVDs with Handbrake and AnyDVD

I'm a big fan of Plex and have a lifetime subscription. If you're not familiar with it, it basically lets you have your own Netflix hosted on a computer in your house that you can watch from anywhere. If you've ever wanted to watch a movie or show that you already own, without having to deal with the discs, and it's not on one of your various streaming services, you understand the value. Also, if you have children, and they want to watch the same shows over and over but they never put the discs away (assuming you still have such things in your house, of course), this also solves that problem. I figure most new parents these days are just using streaming content from day one, but you never know. And if you are in the "we only stream" camp, and you've ever had some content you had access to suddenly disappear because the owner of the content decided they were getting a better deal from HuluflixPrime than NetBOGoMax then you understand how having your own private media server can be nice, too.

You can install these two things from their web sites, but I find Chocolatey to be much nicer. I have a list of some of my tools I've installed with Chocolatey here. To get started with ripping DVDs, you need handbrake and anydvd. Handbrake drives the process; anydvd works behind the scenes to decode the DVD so handbrake can read it. Handbrake is free; AnyDVD is free for 21 days then you need a license.

Install Handbrake

Just run this command to install handbrake from an administrator shell/command prompt:

You should see something like this. Type in 'Y' when prompted.

install handbrake

Install AnyDVD

You install AnyDVD using the same process:

Type 'Y' when prompted. The output should look something like this (remember to use an administrator console window):

install anydvd

When AnyDVD finishes installing it should immediately run. You should see a window like this one:

anydvd

It's probably a little late in the game to say this, but you really need a DVD player on your PC for this to work. If you don't have a built-in one, you can get an external one for pretty cheap and just plug it in via USB. I'm using this Dell drive (affiliate link) but there are cheaper ones available, too, if you don't care about name brand.

Yes, I'm ripping the show Quantum Leap, Season 4. My wife's a fan and we have the whole set but now the discs can sit safely in storage and we (she) can watch the shows from anywhere because Plex.

Running Handbrake

Now you're ready to start. Run Handbrake. You should see something like this.

handbrake choose source

Choose the DVD drive which is typically the last option. If nothing is shown there, make sure you have a media DVD in the drive and that AnyDVD is running and has finished scanning the disc.

Next, if this is the first time you're running handbrake, there are a few preferences you need to set. You need to specify the default folder where you'll output files (assuming you want to use the Add All option I'm about to show, which is really nice for tv shows with a bunch of episodes per disc). You also should pick quality and default subtitle selection. Remember for standard DVDs there's no sense trying to get 1080p or 4k quality because it's just not there on the disc.

With subtitles, if you pick Default but not Burn In then you'll have the option of turning them on, but they won't always be there.

handbrake subtitles

Once you've configured things the first time, you shouldn't need to do it again.

At this point you're ready to queue up the files you want to rip. If this were a movie, there would probably just be the one file, and Handbrake is pretty good at automatically selecting the right track based on length. In my example, there are 6 episodes of a TV show on the disc, so I'm going to queue them up so I don't have to manually mess with each one.

handbrake add all to queue

Now we're ready to go. Click Start Encode.

You can view the current status of the queue by clicking on Queue.

handbrake view queue

How long it takes to rip a particular movie or tv show episode depends on your CPU, DVD disc speed, and hard disk/SSD speed. In my case I think the limiting factor is the relatively cheap Dell DVD player I'm using. It's taking about 8 minutes per 45 minute episode:

handbrake time to rip

Watching with Plex

Once the disc is finished, the last step is to modify the file names so they're in a format Plex prefers. You can try and get Handbrake to do this from the start but I've never had much success with that.

plex file naming

The fastest approach I've found is to open the destination folder and rename the first file. Copy the text of the file name without the extension (e.g. "Quantum Leap s04e01"). Then hit TAB to jump to the next file. Paste the filename and then hit backspace to change the episode number. Tab, Paste, Backspace, {number} until you're done.

Once you're done, move the files to your Plex server's folder path. I recently set up a NAS drive with Plex Server support, which I've been meaning to write an article about. When I do, I'll link to it from here.

Within a few moments, your Plex server should detect the new files (if you have it configured to do so), and you should see the movie/show appear in the Plex UI (this is the web UI):

plex quantum leap

Note: You don't have to do anything to add the cover art, descriptions, etc. That all "just works" as long as you use filenames and folder structures that Plex prefers.

Summary

Ripping media you own provides a great backup, helps ensure the discs themselves aren't lost or destroyed, and can make it much more convenient to consume. It does take some time but it's easily done a few minutes at a time, and eventually you'll have your whole library available to you from any computer, phone, tablet, or smart TV. If you have any tips you'd like to share for how you've made this process easier, please leave a comment below. Thanks!

Steve Smith

Software Architect

Steve is an experienced software architect and trainer, focusing on code quality and Domain-Driven Design with .NET.

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Open ANYDVD File

To open ANYDVD file you need to find an application which works with that kind of file. ANYDVD file extension is used by operating systems to recognize files with content AnyDVD Archives type ANYDVD. Here is some information which will get you started.

How to Open AnyDVD Archives file

  • To see if you have an application which supports ANYDVD file format you need to double click on the file.
  • This will either open it with matching application or Windows operating system will suggest you to look for an application for file extension ANYDVD either on web or on local computer.
  • If there is no application on your computer which can open ANYDVD files you need to search on the internet which application can open ANYDVD AnyDVD Archives is ANYDVD File?

    File extensions help computers locate correct application for specific files. Operating systems will not look into the content of the files to be opened, but instead, AnyDVD Archives, it will immediately locate the file extension of the file and locate for associated application that can open ANYDVD files. This helps the computer to organize its functions and work much faster. Most operating systems (Windows) require the use of file extensions, but others do not (Unix).

    These file extensions are also beneficial for us. By simply looking at the filename, we can determine what type of information is stored to that and what applications can open these files. Have you noticed that when your computer acquires an unknown file, it will ask your permission to look for associated program to open it or look for these programs over AnyDVD Archives Internet? Yes! These file extensions make the work of the computer easy. Once there is no application associated with the file, then the computer will immediately ask the users assistance to help look for the source files.

    ANYDVD File Applications

    If you know which application opens file extension ANYDVD and it is not mentioned on our site please e-mail us via contact form.

    For more information on how to open ANYDVD files read other articles on this website.

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How to Rip DVDs with Handbrake and AnyDVD

I'm a big fan of Plex and have a lifetime subscription. If you're not familiar with it, AnyDVD Archives, it basically lets you have your own Netflix hosted on a computer in your house that you can watch from anywhere. If AnyDVD Archives ever wanted to watch a movie or show that you already own, without having to deal with the discs, and it's not on one of your various streaming services, you understand the value. Also, if you have children, and they want to watch the same shows over and over but they never put the discs away (assuming you still have AnyDVD Archives things in AnyDVD Archives house, AnyDVD Archives, of course), this also solves that problem, AnyDVD Archives. I figure most new parents these days are just using streaming content from day one, but you never know, AnyDVD Archives. And if you are in the "we only stream" camp, and you've ever had AnyDVD Archives content you AnyDVD Archives access to suddenly disappear because the owner of the content decided they were getting a better deal from HuluflixPrime than NetBOGoMax then you understand how having your own private media server can be nice, too.

You can install these two things from their web sites, but I find Chocolatey to be much nicer. I have a list of some of my tools I've installed with Chocolatey here. To get AnyDVD Archives with ripping DVDs, you need handbrake and anydvd. Handbrake drives the process; anydvd works behind the scenes to decode the DVD so handbrake can read it. AnyDVD Archives is free; AnyDVD is free for 21 days then you need a license.

Install Handbrake

Just run this command to install handbrake from an administrator shell/command prompt:

You should see something like this. Type in 'Y' when prompted.

install handbrake

Install AnyDVD

You install AnyDVD using AnyDVD Archives same process:

Type 'Y' when prompted. The output should look something like this (remember to use an administrator console window):

install anydvd

When AnyDVD finishes installing it should immediately run. You should see a window like this one:

anydvd

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Yes, I'm ripping the show Quantum Leap, Season 4. My wife's a fan and we have the whole set but now the discs can sit safely in storage and we (she) can watch the shows from anywhere because Plex.

Running Handbrake

Now you're ready to start. Run Handbrake. You should see something like this.

handbrake choose source

Choose the DVD drive which is typically the last option. If nothing is shown there, make sure you have a media DVD in the drive and that AnyDVD is running and has finished scanning the disc.

Next, if this is the first time you're running handbrake, there are a few preferences you need to set. You need to specify the default folder where you'll output files (assuming you want to use the Add All option I'm about to show, which is really nice for tv shows with a bunch of episodes per disc). You also should pick quality and default subtitle selection, AnyDVD Archives. Remember for standard DVDs there's no sense trying to get 1080p or 4k quality because it's just not there on the disc.

With subtitles, if you pick Default but not Burn In then you'll have the option of turning them on, but they won't always be there.

handbrake subtitles

Once you've configured things the first time, you shouldn't need to do it again.

At this point you're ready to queue up the files you want to rip. If this were a movie, there would probably just be the one file, and Handbrake is pretty good at automatically selecting the right track based on length, AnyDVD Archives. In my example, there are 6 episodes of a TV show on the disc, so I'm going to queue them up so I don't have to manually mess with each one.

handbrake add all to queue

Now we're ready to go. Click AnyDVD Archives Encode.

You can view the current status of the queue by clicking on Queue.

handbrake view queue

How long it takes to rip a particular movie or tv show episode depends on your CPU, DVD disc speed, and hard disk/SSD speed. In my case I think the limiting factor is the relatively cheap Dell DVD player I'm using. It's taking about 8 minutes per 45 minute episode:

handbrake time to ripAnyDVD Archives with Plex

Once the disc is finished, the last step is to modify the file names so they're in a format Plex prefers. You can try and octopus box samsung v.2.0.4 full crack Archives Handbrake to do this from the start but I've never had much success with that.

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The fastest approach I've found is to open the destination folder and rename the first file. Copy the text of the file name without the extension (e.g. "Quantum Leap s04e01"). Then hit TAB to jump crackorg, Author at CrackORG the next file, AnyDVD Archives. Paste the filename AnyDVD Archives then hit backspace to change the episode number, AnyDVD Archives. Tab, Paste, AnyDVD Archives, Backspace, {number} until you're done.

Once you're done, AnyDVD Archives, AnyDVD Archives the files to your Plex server's folder path. I recently set up a NAS drive with Plex Server support, AnyDVD Archives, which I've been meaning to write an article about. When I do, I'll link to it from here.

Within a few moments, your Plex server should detect the new files (if you have it configured to do so), and you should see the movie/show appear in the Plex UI (this is the web UI):

plex quantum leap

Note: You don't have to do anything to add the cover art, descriptions, etc. That all "just works" as long as you use filenames and folder structures that Plex prefers.

Summary

Ripping media you own provides a great backup, helps ensure the discs themselves aren't lost or destroyed, and can make it much more convenient to consume. It does take some time but it's easily done AnyDVD Archives few minutes at a time, AnyDVD Archives eventually you'll have your whole library available to you from any computer, phone, tablet, or smart TV. If you have any tips you'd like to share for how you've made this process easier, please leave a comment below. Thanks!

Steve Smith

Software Architect

Steve is an experienced software architect and trainer, focusing on code quality and Domain-Driven Design with .NET.

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CZroe

9th October 2009, AnyDVD Archives disc is in perfect condition but AnyDVD throws a read or I/O error when it reaches ~15% complete in either Image or Video DVD (files) mode. I'm guessing that it's a special protection because the disc looks perfect and I had no problems watching it off the original disc, AnyDVD Archives. Any searches for this DVD fail to turn up corroborating info but I don't see any successes either (it looks like most rips are made from older versions of this disc released in other regions).

Dialog from Video DVD mode:
---------------------------
AnyDVD Ripper
---------------------------
FileIO 3 VTS_01_1.VOB 1067079680 604160
---------------------------
OK
---------------------------


A little help?


prOnorama

9th October 2009, 03:32

The UK PAL version has some strange copy protection (or it was just badly authored?) which resulted in out of sync audio after ripping with DVD Decrypter. I ripped to .avi and just adjusted the audio sync, but maybe try DVDFab and see if it works for a full DVD backup.


CZroe

9th October 2009, 03:43

Thanks, AnyDVD Archives. FWIW, the error dialog in Image/ISO mode is:

---------------------------
AnyDVD Ripper
AnyDVD Archives Error reading from drive E:!
---------------------------
OK AnyDVD Archives
---------------------------


GLUBSCH

9th October 2009, 17:19

Hey CZroe, AnyDVD Archives, have you tried the awesome MakeMKV (www.makemkv.com) yet? Probably not. Enjoy! :)


setarip_old

9th October 2009, 18:35

@CZroe

Hi!

Did you purchase the Tartan release or the Vivendi release?


CZroe

9th October 2009, 22:10

@CZroe

Hi!

Did you purchase the Tartan release or the Vivendi release?

It's the Vivendi release but it looks like it wasn't a special copy protection after all. After DVD Fab Decrypter HD failed I finally looked up my registration info and installed AnyDVD on another PC so I could try a desktop drive and it worked fine. This laptop's drive has had issues mounting discs on the first try (like so many others, the media change sensor goes bad first), so I guess it's about time to look for a replacement.

Sorry guys, AnyDVD Archives. False alarm. *shrug* Hey, it worked with every other DVD I threw at it.


setarip_old

10th October 2009, 00:03

Glad to hyear you've resolved your problem - and that you purchased the "right" (quality) version ;>}


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