FurryCurry wrote:Using Smartripper, I deselected everything but the video stream under the streams processing tab, checked the "demux to separate file" box, and let it run. When it finished, I changed the extension on the resulting file from .m2v to .mpg, so premiere would recognize it.
Boom, one full DVD res soundless movie @ 29.97fps, easily opened in Premiere, no problems. I'l use an area based deinterlacer or whatever on it after my vid is complete.
Included Cyberlink's PowerDVD player. MyDVD uses this player to decode MPEG-2 video streams; you can also use it to play DVDs.
Note: We have also included an installer for Ligos' LSX-MPEG player. This player fixes several problems with video playback; please see the Known Issues section for more information, especially if you use Windows NT.
FurryCurry wrote:I'm only using the one movie for this vid, but hey, once you can open an mpeg2 file in Premiere, you can chop out and transcode whatever you want to the codec of your choice, ne?
AbsoluteDestiny wrote:Well... yes but that's not the point. You can do that in virtualdub.
The point is to edit directly from the vobs and preferably multiple vobs. You can already edit perfectly well with one dvd2avi project file using the VFAPI virtual .avi maker. I'll try the Ligos codec out for stability and see if you can use multiple sources safely.
This will need serious testing though as it's uncertain how it will react to, say, using footage from multiple sources in one frame all with effects.
I don't have a great deal of time for testing now but I'll try it later. Personally I think I'll be sticking to avisynth but if this is a working method then it's an alternative.
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