Ripping dvd's and turning them into hgih quality divx files

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Sauka, Sep 16, 2003.

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    Sauka Guest

    I just recently got into ripping my DVD’s into files that I can
    use to make anime music videos and to watch without bothering to get
    my DVD’s out. I downloaded a nice package from kazaa for ripping
    DVD’s, which included instructions and the programs flaskmpeg
    and smart ripper. I used these for a couple of weeks and they worked
    great besides not being able to get the audio and subtitle languages I
    wanted. Just recently I tried to rip some of my DVD’s to get
    files I could use for a new anime music video when out of no were the
    files no matter how many different ways I ripped them were messed up.
    the best way to describe the damage is that whenever something moves
    in the video be it a plant or person small lines would be all over the
    movement and if the movement was really fast there would be broken
    lines flashing all over the screen. I don’t understand why this
    just happened out of no were but its very frustrating and disjointing.
    I was wondering if some one could help me figure out what the problem
    is or point me to a better place to learn how to and get programs for
    ripping DVD’s into formats like mpeg2 and divx. If you need more
    info ask or email me and I would be happy to provide thanks a lot.
     
    Sauka, Sep 16, 2003
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    Will Dormann Guest


    Maybe your DivX decoder got overwritten with an older version? Try ffdshow:
    http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=53761


    -WD
     
    Will Dormann, Sep 16, 2003
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    Keith Clark Guest

    Are you de-interlacing?
     
    Keith Clark, Sep 16, 2003
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    Sauka Guest

    thanks that did the trick i wasnt quiete sure what that was for
     
    Sauka, Sep 20, 2003
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