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Old 21 Mar 2002, 11:55 PM   #1
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All right...this is really interesting

I was doing the Star Wars Episode I rip when I noticed something really disturbing. During the intro where we get the good ol' word scrolling up towards the top of the screen, I realised that the words in different languages have been mixed together, sort of interchanging between the different languages every second. How the hell do I ensure that I get only the english words? I think I've seen one person posting a Star Wars related problem, but I can't remember what the problem was nor find the thread anyway.

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Old 22 Mar 2002, 01:19 AM   #2
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It's a multiangle DVD. I guess (since I don't use DVD2AVI) that you haven't properly taken this into account in your rippng/conversion procedures. It probably requires ripping full DVD and selecting the proper .IFO...
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How did you rip the movie ?, since DVD2AVI does not parse ifo files, you must strip the multiple angles from the vobfiles when ripping the DVD.
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I tried parsing the .ifo file in Flask and well, the problem is solved....partially though, because I was actually thinking of using nandub (which happens to be unable to parse .ifo files). Maybe it's time for the old 4.x/Flask technique.

Thanks for the suggestions anyway, guys.
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it's a matter of ripping not transcoding

ripping either angle 1 or 2 should solve the problem

sr2.41=> dvd2avi=>gk=>avs=> nandub worked like a charm for me AND FOR BOTH ANGLES
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Old 22 Mar 2002, 04:09 PM   #6
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Thanks, Uncas.

I'll pay attention to that the next time I get a multi-angle DVD.
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