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Flight of the Phoenix

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by buckscrap, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. buckscrap

    buckscrap Member

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    Copied w/Shrink but came up with a NO AUDIO copy WAZZZZZZZZZZZUP
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    did you uncheck any AC3 audio? or any audio selections?
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    For the main movie you'll have these for audio selections:

    1. AC3 5.1-ch English ........ 371MB
    2. DTS 5.1-ch English ........ 626MB
    3. AC3 2-ch French ........ 159MB
    4. AC3 2-ch English ........ 159MB

    Uncheck DTS and AC3 French (at least that's what I would do)
     
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    I did check and uncheck as you mentioned still message states no audio........HELP......have done many backups with no problem, first of this kind
     
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    You could try Shrink > re-author > movie only, then uncheck everything but 5.1 English audio. This worked fine for me.

    Flight of the Phoenix has a bizarre menu system that I didn't want any part of - besides the usual FBI, Interpol, commentary disclaimers, ratings, previews stuff, it also had a 2 minute blurb on don't steal DVDs. This complexity could be the audio problem if you don't just backup all audio options with the menus in a whole disk backup.
     
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    I dunno what your doing ... but I decided to see if I would have this problem.

    Ripped w/ DVD Decrytper first. Open video_ts file w/ DVD Shrink. Unchecked DTS 5.1-ch English and AC3 2.1-ch French. Unchecked Spanish and French subtitles. Clicked backup, checked "perform deep analysis", saved video_ts file to HD. Burned video_ts file w/ copytodvd.

    All went well, watching backup now w/ sound.
     
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    I did it just like grampaw,main movie only,except i edited out the extra crap at the beginning and most of the ending credits and go around 10% compression. Ac3 5.1 ch english only. Beautiful,near original backup.
     
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    Hey everyone thanks, got it done, Granpaw helped a lot, all good, thanks again!
     
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    I got a good copy using AnyDVD and shrink. No problems at all. Played back great on my player, too.
     

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