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audio out of sync

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by houlden30, Dec 4, 2002.

  1. houlden30

    houlden30 Guest

    can any one help!! every time i encode dvd film audio out of sync. new to all this what is the bitrate as well many thanks
     
  2. A_Klingon

    A_Klingon Moderator Staff Member

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    This is the one and *only* issue which prevents me from re-encoding (reducing bitrate where necessary with ReMpeg or TMPEGEnc, or whatever), every dvd ever made that I want to backup, to fit on ONE dvd blank.

    I would suffer the 24+ hour encoding period.
    I would suffer the miniscule loss in screen resolution.
    I would suffer using any/all of the different softwares to accomplish this.
    I would suffer the piecemeal, one-step-at-a-time approach to accomplish this.

    End Result:

    ANY DVD on Earth = 1 blank dvd.

    The A/V sync issue has forever *dashed* any hopes of my ever accomplishing this. I have worked out, through countless eons of testing, encoding, re-encoding, re-re-re-testing, burning, splitting, ripping, praying, crying, installing, updating, adjusting parameters, checking/dechecking options, ..... yet unless I am willing to test rip/encode/split/rejoin audio/video streams every second of every day from now until I leave this mortal coil, then...

    It's just not worth it.

    A/V sync problems, prevailent on nearly every dvd you hold in your hands has killed all willingness on my part to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageously sloppy commercial dvd-mastering, and the incompetent boobs hired to create these expensive circular disasters.

    I have therefore given up all hope of ever reliably, consistently, predictably, (or even sporadically) creating a useable dvd backup with anywhere near the simplicity and dependability of being able to make a pefect clone of a red-book music cd. It just-ain't-never-gonna-happen.

    Thanks, A/V f###-ups. You are single-handedly more effective than any copy-protection scheme ever invented.

    If dvdxcopy <or *any* other like-minded program> doesn't get to where I want it to be (simple, reliable, foolproof, dependable, and repeatable, such as making *perfect* clones of dvds under 4.36 megs with DVD-Decrypter's ISO function), I positively refuse to invest the time I have been investing, until something evolutionary or revolutionary takes place - i.e. : The emergence and widespread acceptance of blue-laser technology, which I pray, with it's *scads* of recordable real-estate, won't come with severe Digital Rights Management Enforcements, and other hideous User-Restrictions, so that you and I may *finally* do a straight-disc-to-disc transfer. Yes, I'll gladly pay for a (fair, reasonably-priced) NEW blue-laser standalone table-top player.

    I apologize, houlden30, for not being able to solve your a/v problems. I cannot even solve all of my own. This message simply serves as a painfully-arrived-at "heads-up" in letting you know ahead of time that you never will. I hope it will save you the misery it has caused me. Sorry for the letdown.

    (You *will* get *some* of your backups to have proper a/v sync, but never-never count on it. For me, "some" just doesn't cut it. "Some" is not enough).

    I think I'll drag my Sony VHS machine out of the closet now until blue-laser gets here.

    -- A_Klingon --
     
  3. bobby5411

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    I use 2 methods. For over 4500meg (dvd 9) disks use simple dvd ripping method. for dvd less than 4500 meg i use a direct rip method. If you email me i can send you the instructions. They are easy to read with pics of the exact settings and will allow you to have a great copy of your purchased dvd movie. The instructions are too big to post here is why I say email me for them.
     
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  4. houlden30

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    what is your e-mail address
     
  5. A_Klingon

    A_Klingon Moderator Staff Member

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    Uh-oh.

    You'd better post any personal email addresses as a PM (Private Message), not in the open here, or else you'll_be_thorry !

    -- mgb --
     

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