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Old 5th May 2002, 15:21   #1  |  Link
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Define volumes by chapters?

DVDx has a nice feature that I can select chapters to be included in the disk volumes. On the other hand, this feature seems to be missing in DVD2SVCD. Would the feature be considered in the future versions?
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Old 5th May 2002, 16:51   #2  |  Link
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Just rip the DVD using internal routines, under conversion tab click on movie lenght combo box and you'll get the list of chapters.
Now you can select just the chapters you want for the first volume, start the encoding and when finished select the remaining chapters for the second volume and start again the encoding.
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Old 6th May 2002, 00:28   #3  |  Link
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Can I make like a batch file or something?
Otherwise I would have to start the second CD manually and I would like the DVD to be ripped in 1 night.

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you ppl just can NOT read right

- Enhancement: If you use "Rip Only" DVD2SVCD will make a batch file in the same folder as DVD2SVCD. In this batch file DVD2SVCD adds a line each time you Rip a dvd. If for instance you have 3 dvd's to rip, you just rip those 3 dvd's into their own folder, and when done you run the batch file. DVD2SVCD will then convert the 3 dvd's without interaction from you. Needless to say, you will need a LOT OF SPACE in your target drive. Besides, it is your own responsability to edit the Batch file (deleting entries which has been done and so on)

this is since ver 1.0.8
90 % of the things people ask in THIS forum have been already answered here ; here and here

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Old 7th May 2002, 01:09   #5  |  Link
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Thanks a lot!

I usually use Smartripper and so I
am now aware of this great feature.

Now all we need us is frame cropping!
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