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I dled DVD2AVI and I got it to save a movie but the sound is in some .ac3 file that I can't play, what settings do you use when you save it as an avi?
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Its been months since I've played with it, I'll encode something tonight and see if I can find what settings I used.
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Alright thanks!
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I have never used nor messed with DVD2AVI. No need to use it just use CloneDVD2 to copy movies
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does it output .avi's or .vob files?
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OK I apoligize, slip of the keyboard
I'd used AVI2DVD not the other way around (yes there are programs named both)

For to AVI try http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/dvd_to_avi_autogk.cfm
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Ahh ok thanks! Yeah the program I was talking about that I used before and didn't like was DVD2MPEG but I gave it the AVI version a try too. I did get it to output the sound as an mp3 and then it also cut the movie into 2 separate avi files that were about 1.5 gb each. Then I connected it all with windows movie maker....resulted in a terrible quality file lol. I'll give autogk a shot thanks!
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Good recommendation PCRacer I used that before, great forum as well I visit it regularly and am a frequent poster... especially when there is new tricks on the dvd's
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PCracer51 on Thu Mar 01, 2007 4:21 pm wrote:
My first lite-on burner died after about 2 years of hard use, still have one of theirs in my Athlon XP and a samsung in the main rig.


Same problem. The family computer I have was bought in 1999, still has the stickers saying "Y2k COMPATIBLE!", "4 PCI EXPANSION SLOTS", and "SUPER-MEGA QUALITY 256 RAM" and the CD drives stopped working about 4 years ago. They don't even open now, and most of the time the comp won't recognize them. Razz
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