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Old 29 Feb 2004, 09:43 AM   #1
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Hi guys ..

Well I am having a BIG problem here . I am trying to convert a dvd (witch contains 11 hours of video low quality but works fine) using gordian knot. I have ripped the dvd using dvd dycrpter in the iso mode mounted the image and then when i tried to open the files in dvd2avi 1.77.3dg1.0.0rc2 it just shows a green window instead of the movie and when i press f5 for preview i get a message form windows xp saying that dvd2avi incountred a problem and should be close. what can i do about it

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Old 29 Feb 2004, 10:14 AM   #2
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"I have ripped the dvd using dvd dycrpter in the iso mode mounted the image and then when i tried to open the files in dvd2avi 1.77.3dg1.0.0rc2 it just shows a green window"

Try using DVD Decrypter to "Rip" in "File" mode NOT "ISO" mode, then try to open in DVD2AVI and see if it opens OK.
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Old 29 Feb 2004, 11:59 PM   #3
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well i have tried to rip using ifo mode and file mode as well as iso mode but still i get the same green window despite the movie works fine when i watch it using powerdvd. is there any other program like dvd2avi that i can use ????

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Use file mode in dvd decrypter.
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Old 1 Mar 2004, 01:21 AM   #5
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dvd2avi does it work better than any other software out there.
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Old 1 Mar 2004, 01:24 AM   #6
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well that's what i idid but it didn't work..
however i have demuxed the dvd and got some mpeg for sound and some m2v for video witch i tried to open in dvd2avi but got the same green window but i was able to play them in windows media player. now is it possible to convert these m2v files to divx ??

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Old 2 Mar 2004, 05:39 AM   #7
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Yes but what encoder are you going to use.
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why did you DEMUX the streams?

converting the vobs to divx shouldnt be a problem
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I demuxed the streams because i coundn't use the vobs.
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Old 3 Mar 2004, 04:55 AM   #10
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Why not.Because of the green thing u said
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Old 3 Mar 2004, 11:47 PM   #11
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yes but the question is what can i do with these m2v files and how to create d2v files so i can use them in gordian knot for examples. Is there another format that gordian knot can understand ???

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