Steveo's lack of knowledge is bad.
This software works. Period.
Eddie, there is an AVI settings folder. Use the shortcut provided to solve your issue. The default settings are best for most users, but when you need something specific, try the shortcuts provided. Issues such as these are best dealt with on the forum... http://www.msfn .org/board/index.php?act=SF&s=&f=156
@revo - Microsoft Forefront also reports the same FALSE results. Thats why most people don't rely on these ineffective tools.
Those 2 files contain simple DOS commands that I wrote to allow the manipulatution of registry data as required to view ripped HD-DVD content in *.EVO format.
You may want to try downloading it from another source. Your installation file may be corrupt. There is also a program to help you deal with UAC issues in Vista, http://www.tweak-uac .com
For those using Vista and unable to install VCP you need to rightclick on the downloaded file and choose 'Run as administrator...' Even though Vista may tell you that you are an administrator, you still dont have full admin rights under Vista.
For Camtasia you need to go into the Video decoder configuration icon, scroll the righthand window to TechSmith and change the setting from libavcodec to disabled. It is set as it is so that people without Camtasia installed can still view the videos created by Camtasia.