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Old 29 Apr 2002, 10:24 PM   #1
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I was wondering if someone has experienced this , and if there is a fix/solve for this problem:

My one friend got the DVD of emmanuelle some crappy xxx , but however , the RIP process goes 100% , and u can do a perfect playback with Powerdvd4 , audio& video...

the problem starts when u want to encode it either by using :
flask , xmpeg , easydivx :

I don't have any audio! . in flask my 2 audio options are greyed out... i can only accept Don't PROCESS AUDIO ...

all my other 99.9% attempts at flask or whichever encoder works 100%... i have done a NEW ripp from scratch , but it still doesn't want to give me any audio.

any ideas/suggestions?

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Old 29 Apr 2002, 11:52 PM   #2
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The DVD's audio is probably encoded as LPCM (rather than .AC3), which Flask can't process...
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Old 30 Apr 2002, 03:10 AM   #3
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use DVD2AVI to extract your sound stream:

- open first vob file and press ok, consecutive files will be loaded automatically

- under audio select track number (1 will be english most of the time)
- channel format: autoselect
- dolby digital: demux will extract the files with their orignal format: ac3 in most cases or use DECODE to decode the stream to wav
-mpeg audio : demux
- and the rest under audio if you like

- now SAVE PROJECT

this should extract your audio stream
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Old 30 Apr 2002, 04:12 AM   #4
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also u can then mux them using virtual dub/nandub

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Old 30 Apr 2002, 07:03 PM   #5
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hi people

thanx for the advice about getting audio by using DVD2AVI with the LPCM audio trick ...works 100%..

i have another question:

i have a p4.1.7 intel system , 512mb ram , geforce2GTS ...

after i started to encode movies by using divx 5.01 (not pro ver) i get segments in a movie where it goes accelerated for about 1/2 a second then plays normal for about 2 minutes then goes quick for another 1/2 second..

some kind of sync problem , or is there something wrong

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