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RIPPING SPEEDS someone help,HELP

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by bennyboi, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. bennyboi

    bennyboi Member

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    Can some tell me why I am having ripping speed problems
    I ripped The Watcher in 6min 23secs @11,999KB/s
    and Evolution and Pearl Harbor @ 3,099KB/s can anyone tell me why it is doing this? PM me please
    thanks


    I have a 1.4GHZ AMD ATHLON XP ,512ram , Pioneer 108 DVDburner,asus MB
     
  2. colw

    colw Active member

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    You are not necessarilty having ripping speed problems.

    Different movies rip at different speeds depending on their encoding etc. and sometimes condition of the original.

    DVD5 normally rips much faster than DVD9.

    Would guess that your first movie was a DVD5.
     
  3. baabaa

    baabaa Active member

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    I second that................

    Pearl Harbor is a DVD9 for sure.............

    Also, it also depends on exactly on the disc the files are located.

    Also you should notice that the rip speed starts off at a value and usually increases during the rip - this is due to the centrifugal speed differences and distance from the centre of the disc, ie takes less time to navigate one rpm in the centre, compared to the outer circumference (at the same speed), so a speed increase has to be there in order to maintain maximum data speed transferral.
     
  4. bennyboi

    bennyboi Member

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    So it is right that it took 37 minutes for pearl harbor? and thanks for the help guys
     
  5. rroettger

    rroettger Regular member

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    While you were posting the same question in the advanced forum. colw was answering your post here.
    I guess that one reason you not supposed to do it.
     
  6. bennyboi

    bennyboi Member

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    thats where you are wrong look at post times and his response time
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Hmmm, I just knew Nephilim was there lurking in the shadows................Good day to you sir........

    People say he is a shadow
    Although we know he can only bellow
    From afar we sense his presence his near
    And yes it is the Nephilim we fear

    (sorry couldn't help that one............LOL)

     
  9. bennyboi

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    Sorry didnt know but people dont need to butt the nose where it dont belong let Mod man take care of thanks nep
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Oh how I love your poetic prowess Sir Baabaa! And a good day to you too :)
     
  11. rroettger

    rroettger Regular member

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    Sorry I was going to waste my time in your other post.
    Then I see you have an answer. Your right next time I will just report it.
    Hope you make many coasters!
    [​IMG]
     
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    baabaa Active member

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    Now now, lets not start something that we know Nephilim WILL finish.............LOL.

    BTW:Nice smooth ass there rroettger - do you wax or shave?.............LOL

     
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    rroettger Regular member

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    I'll never tell.
    [​IMG]

    Sorry, I was in a foul mood yesterday. You should see the gif I nearly used.
     
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    LMAO............Lovely............

    From a bare ass, to a hairy bear.............Just what I needed on a Sunday evening.......Thanks.......
     
  15. bennyboi

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    I to was in a Fowl mood rroettger I am new to the posting sorry about double post
    but is this the case witheveryone different movies take a longer time to rip than others i am ripping white chicks from a backup and it took about 15 to 20 minutes is this good or bad just to rip also I was told a lite on rom which I have a LTD-163 will rip at about 8x to 12x and the one I have will not even do that . I was told they are not locked at one speed for ripping but seems to me it is. If this makes sense please help
     
  16. rroettger

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    It also depends on what program you are ripping with.
    The only time I get 12X is with DVD Decrypter when in file mode. Then use Shrink. If you are copying a backup you do not need to rip. If you have Nero, they have a tool to give your DVD a test drive. Check to see if you have the lastest firmware from Liteon.
     
  17. baabaa

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    If you are 'backing up a backup' then you could just use a 'disc to disc', or 'on the fly' setting within Nero - HOWEVER it is not a flawless operation and can be risky, especially if your PC specs are a little below average and the media used.............................

    The other reason that it maybe 'reading' slow is the media you are reading from, do you know what speed the media is, as you will find out that on 'consumer produced blanks' you cannot obtain anyway near the speeds you get from a 'commercially stamped/purchased' one.
     
  18. bennyboi

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    Thanks Guys
     

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