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Old 7th August 2015, 18:57   #1  |  Link
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Can AviSynth/ffdshow Rip DVDs?

I have a DVD that has a protection that prevents me from ripping the content into my computer. When playing from the DVD, however, it looks fine.

I'm wondering. Is there a way to read the DVD normally, then hook into the rendering chain with ffdshow/AviSynth, process the video as needed, and then encode with x264.exe?

DGIndex.exe crashes on this DVD
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Rip DVD to file folder using whatever, I tend to use RipIt4Me together with a few other tools eg DVDDecrypter and DVDShrink.

Then can use DGIndex/Avsynth on the result.

EDIT: I use DVDShrink without compression, just to select required subs and audio for avisynth.
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Thanks, so far it seems to be working, I'm getting valid output.
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