DVD to MPEG

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Postby SpPANDA » Sat Jun 29, 2002 5:04 pm

buy a dvd rom and do the dvd thing. it works.

i love dvds.
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Postby grayplague » Sat Jun 29, 2002 9:01 pm

the process i take for ripping dvds (in order) is:

smartripper
dvd2avi
AVIsynth
VirtualDub
Premiere

I find it works well enough for me :)
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Postby SpPANDA » Sun Jun 30, 2002 4:25 am

smartripper
dvd2avi
vpafi
tmpegenc
premiere.
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Postby Coderjoe » Sun Jun 30, 2002 6:30 am

I use (for the most part):

smartripper
dvd2avi
AVIsynth
premiere

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by the way, you don't need to use avisynth to load the dvd2avi project into virtualdub or tmpgenc. both support VFAPI natively, so you just need to open the .d2v file, set your settings, and save out your avi file. (note, using VFAPI, you can only open one source at a time. :( )
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Postby grayplague » Sun Jun 30, 2002 9:42 am

Coderjoe wrote:...you don't need to use avisynth to load the dvd2avi project into virtualdub...
I was unaware of this...

Regardless to that being true or not (I haven't tried it yet) the reason I use AVIsynth before I load it into VirtualDub is because its convenient and I perfer to do delinterlacing, 3:2 pulldowns, resizing, etc. using avisynth instead. The only reason I even use virtualdub in the process of ripping dvds is for the batch processing, and I could just do that in Premiere if I really wanted to :wink:
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Postby AbsoluteDestiny » Sun Jun 30, 2002 9:57 am

Virtualdub doesn't natively support it - you have to install VFAPI which not everyone does (I don't anymore)

I prefer the avisynth with MPEG2DEC option as well - for one it's much much quicker and more stable than the vfapi methods.
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Postby JCD » Tue Jul 02, 2002 8:22 am

for ripping from dvd to divx I use XMpeg (very fast), when the quality isn't good I use guardian knot etc.

for ripping into vcd i encode the cutted vob in Tmpegenc

for amv-scenes I use FlasKMpeg
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Postby Sub0 » Wed Jul 03, 2002 1:24 pm

jbone wrote:I use the method outlined in ErMaC's guide.


yeah I couldn't figure out how to get avisynth too work, or how to edit straight from vobs... but I use CladDVD XP and FlaskMPEG.
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