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Old 4 Apr 2002, 02:56 AM   #1
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Hi there.

OK, I do capturing, mastered it... So I thought it is time to start ripping DVD's....


I downloaded software like Ripitall, DVDx and some other software from divx-digest.com

But, they don't work.

It says things like, VOB files not found! But it is in the DVD drive!

What software is there that I can rip DVD's? Which one works?

HELP PLEASE!

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Old 4 Apr 2002, 03:18 AM   #2
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why dont you try software most other ppl are using?

virtualdub, gordianknot, nandub

maybe xmpeg/flask
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Old 4 Apr 2002, 03:20 AM   #3
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Thanks alot for the prompt reply uncasms, it is greatly appreciated... I shall try this right away.

Thanks

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Old 4 Apr 2002, 03:22 AM   #4
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I cannot find it, but I am reading ur dvd backup guide....

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Smartripper or DVD Decrypter should do the ripping job just fine. If you post this thread in the Decrypting section (Ask a moderator to move this thread there), you should find plenty of answers, especialy from LightningUK himself.
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Old 4 Apr 2002, 03:48 AM   #6
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thanks, I am currently ripping a DVD right now, using uncas ms guide, then I will experiment and make my own guide!

Thanks alot guys, you have been most helpful

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i take it, techno wants to transcode vobs NOT ONLY RIP them.

thus i leave this post the way it is.
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transcode? what is that?

Please don't say that I am doing it wrong!

What guides/software can I use to rip and encode DVD's to DIVX??????????????

HELP!!!

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Yes, I'm aware he was thinking of using a rip-pack. One that does the job in one swipe, but truly, that rarely ever gives good results. I prefer using a combination of softwares that work best at their department. And I'm pretty sure techno is aware very much of the existence of nandub, since he himself has been promoting the nandub +3.11/ms-mpeg4 v2 combo more often than I care to recall.
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What guides/software can I use to rip and encode DVD's to DIVX??????????????
Haven't you read that guide I pointed you to in Doom9's website?
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ROTFLMAO

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Old 4 Apr 2002, 04:18 AM   #12
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?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???

What does that mean uncasms? have I done something wrong?

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no you didnt


accept maybe for not reading
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Old 4 Apr 2002, 04:37 AM   #14
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well, yes, I am dumb!

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