DVD Copy program for Home recorded DVDs

#21
@ Pat -- no good deed goes unpunished. :D


Here is a little program I wrote to make my life a little more convenient.
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You need VideoReDo installed in the default install location for QSF script to run.
C:\Program Files\VideoReDoPlus
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This is not an official VideoReDo product so please don't write to support.
 
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#22
Pat good idea to search for vrd install and the .ini file. I never use the default name on installing. prefering the beta number in the install name. Will try v1.0.23 and report back later.


Update:
v1.0.23 launches then stops with this.

DVD File Copy / VLST / QSF Creator
An exception of clas NilObjectException was not handled. The application must shut down.
No .ini file was made anywhere v1.0.23 was run from.

vrd installed with xp os.
 
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phd

Super Moderator
#23
@Robbi:
Does it get to the dialog box saying "Do you want to locate VideoReDo?"

Is your hard drive formatted for FAT or NTFS?

Also, 2 things to try:
1. In the same folder as "DVD Copy.exe" create an empty document with notepad named "VRDCopy.ini"
See if that fails/passes.

2. Edit "VRDCopy.ini" and include the full valid path to VideoReDo similar to this line:
"C:\Program Files\VideoReDo\VideoReDo.exe" (Without the quote marks.)
 
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#24
No Pat it doesn't ask to locate videoredo.

Use standard NTFS format for all drives.

DVDCopy.ini i have tried it with nothing written into it, and tried with it edited. Have tried running from a non vrd location, have tried with both files placed inside the vrd install directory. All attempts fail with the same error as above.

EXE: DVDCopy v1.0.23.
 
#27
Barry the upload area has been cleared out hours ago. Might be some housekeeping going on.

I have just re-upped it, DVDCopy v1.0.23 is again available.
 
#30
Ah i forgot about the picture, well spotted Pat.

Pat have you had time to chase this bug any further. Or are you waiting for others to comment if an error occurs or not.
 

phd

Super Moderator
#31
I have not had time recently.

Also I don't know if anyone else uses it or not to give me a clue of where the issue is and whether it's limited to an anomaly on your machine.

As I mentioned previously I'm using it on 2 machines without any problems.
 

phd

Super Moderator
#33
If it's just your machine, I could create a method for you to list the path in the INI file to access VRD.

It's difficult fixing things that don't show up as broken on my machine!
 
#34
Or wait a little while for other users to reply, with their results.

Pat i have an .ini file in the same directory with the full vrd path set. Is this what your refering to, or another method.
 
#35
No problems here, but I'd like to request that when doing a Copy + QSF that we could select where the file from the QSF is written. I'd like it on a different physical drive for the obvious reason. --Barry
 

phd

Super Moderator
#36
When you select Copy + QSF, the destination you select for the VLST file is the destination for all files for simplicity of use.

You would like an additional file save dialog box to appear for a different save destination for the finished MPG?
 

phd

Super Moderator
#37
@Robbi:
I uploaded a special build for you: DVD Copy 1.0.24a.zip

Run it and record the sequence of numbers that appear. Click the OK button to close the dialog boxes for the numbers.

PM me with the number sequence and what happens.
 
#38
When you select Copy + QSF, the destination you select for the VLST file is the destination for all files for simplicity of use.

You would like an additional file save dialog box to appear for a different save destination for the finished MPG?
Yes, please. Thanks, Pat.

Barry
 
#39
Hi Pat,

I have the same problem with DVDCopy as Robbi. After running 1.0.24a there appears a '1' in the dialog box. After clicking an OK its the same as with 1.0.23

Jürgen
 
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