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Lost Season 2 problems

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by StHapns, Jan 12, 2008.

  1. StHapns

    StHapns Member

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    I am trying to rip and convert to Xvid Lost Season 2 and am having a problem.

    DVD Decrypter rips the episodes (I use IFO mode), but when I convert them with AutoGK (or VirtualDub) the audio starts about 2 seconds before the video starts. It begins the audio track, but the video doesn't come in until 2 seconds later. I have tried this with multiple episodes and it does it for all of them.

    I have tried DVDShrink, but it gives a "Can't read" error and DVDFab won't get past the "Reading the media" phase. I have also tried it on 3 different DVD drives.

    Seasons 1 & 3 worked fine, so I really can't figure out why this one is giving me so much trouble.

    Any help would be great.
     
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    Try dvdfabhddecrypter ( free version ) from www.dvdfab.com
    On the bottom of home page LR see free stuff
     
  3. StHapns

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    I already tried that.

    When I try to convert it in AutoGK every episode gives me a field order transition error, but they have never caused me problems in the past, so I usually just ignore them.
     
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    Got the newest version? 4.0.5.1 beta ?
     
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    Hey StHapns,
    I was wondering if you figured this problem out? I am having the same issue with the same episodes.

    What is weird is once the show starts (the audio is out of sync), if I stop the show and restart from the present location it syncs the audio fine. This happens on about 20% of the DVDs I convert.

    I have tried everything under the sun to figure this out.

    Does anyone have a solution to this problem?
     

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