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hai, i am using Debina sarge. i am trying to copy a VCD onto my hard-disk, i got this error: family@debian:~/Desktop/cd-4$ vcdxrip -p -C ++ WARN: detected wrong size calculation ...
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    VCD copy problem


    hai,

    i am using Debina sarge. i am trying to copy a VCD onto my hard-disk, i got this error:

    family@debian:~/Desktop/cd-4$ vcdxrip -p -C

    ++ WARN: detected wrong size calculation for form2 file `CDI/CDI_IMAG.RTF'; fixing up!ASSERT: file mpeg.c: line 837 (_analyze_system_header): assertion failed: (bitpos <= (len << 3))Aborted

    family@debian:~/Desktop/cd-4$



    i played this VCD on my VCD player & it's fine. i tried with both VCD mounted & unmounted & problem remains the same.

    does anybody has any idea of what is wrong & what can i do to copy it?

    thanks

    "arnuld"
    http://arnuld.blogspot.com

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    I'm not sure what the solution to the problem you are having is, but you could try VCDImager and see if it works any better for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marsolin
    I'm not sure what the solution to the problem you are having is, but you could try VCDImager and see if it works any better for you.
    i think using "vcdxrip" means using vcdimager. i said so because i checked the documentation of VCDImager & it says to rip VCDs use using VCDImager use "vcdxrip". see "vcdxrip --help" for what options to have.

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    I've never used *actual* Debian, but under Ubuntu I can right click the icon for a mounted disc, and select "copy disc" (Sorry, I'm actually on a public Windows box between classes atm, so I can't check the exact wording) and under the burner, select image file. If you are able to rip your vcd to an .iso in this manner, or some other method of your choosing, then you could mount the .iso using Acetone iso, and copy its contents that way, perhaps? Just a thought, I don't know if it will work. Good luck to you, though.

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