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Old 5th January 2002, 02:39   #1  |  Link
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Question about Rippack Beta 3

I'm using Rippack beta 3 , It works almost perfectly on most dvd's

I was encoding Swordfish, and about 55minutes into the movie the audio is gone.

I've still got my 2 log files (for a dual pass Divx4 encode) was wondering if theres a shortcut so I can save 2 hours on my render..

wondering if any programs better then this...
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Two words: Gordian Knot. The software package includes everything your need, and Doom9 has the best guide around for it here on his site.
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Old 5th January 2002, 03:13   #3  |  Link
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programs better?

um, can I get a hell yeah?

you should try Gordian Knot, available at doom9's download page. it is a bit complex to look at but in reality it is very easy to use, and you can get *very* good results with it. if it seems a little strange to you at first, just use divx 4 and follow the guide on doom9's site for it.

after you get decent with divx 4 you should try it with divx 3 and compare your results.

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um.. if i can use it to rip dvd's and they work good, than anyone can.. just remember to read everything and go slowly... also to make sure you put the right audio file with vid *weg* something I just learned the hard way.. lol
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Old 5th January 2002, 16:46   #5  |  Link
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guess im gonna have to use it.. damn rippack just did it agian..

right at 51 minutes or so.. it glitches and drops all audio... shame to .. the video quality is perfect
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hey, now...

don't think of this as a loss, you "perfect" quality video is only going to get better.
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