Ok I have a few questions for you people, I seem to have a slight problem with a few things on DVD ripping and saving with premiere 6.0.
I used all the latest versions of programs and plug-ins that I needed to use.
OS: Windows 2000 NT Professional
DVD Ripping: Ghost In The Shell
DVD Decrypter 3.0
Video Program: Adobe Premiere 6.0
Mother board: Soyo Fire Dragon
CPU: P4 2.4GHz
Ram: 266Pin 512MB Non-ECC
HDD: Western Digital 120GB 7200RPM ATA100 (8MB Cashe Faster than SCSI!!!)
Graphics Card: Nividia Vision Tek GeForce Ti4600 128MB
Sound Card: Sound Blaster Audiogy Platinum
PSU: Enermax 350Watt Fan control (Super Silent)
DVD-ROM: Lite-on 16x DVD
CD-RW: Plextor 40x12x40x
Digital Doc 5
Server Tower: Lian – Li 71 USB
Monitor: ViewSonic 19” 75HZ
Capture Card: ATI TV Wonder
Ok so the last few in the list was not needed to be said but I love to brag about my new computer!!!
It cost me my car!!! =( $3000!!!
But then again I had to sell my car.)
Now The Questions!!!!
When I open the *.avs file in Premiere and set the pixel to 1.0 and all, you know the deal. I play the file, but in the beginning of the movie where the green digital mapping of the city, is all green I see some orange!!! It’s like the frames where optimized or something. Now I know that it was ripped correct, because when I open it in DVD2AVI and play it, the 3d map in the movie is all bright green. I think it’s something to do with the color, like the pictures green was a perfect 255 green, so DVD2AVI got confused. I even played the VOB file in Power DVD and it was fine. Can you help me?
When I save the *.avs file to *.avi I use the Divx 5 encoding at 4500Kbps at 720x480 and pixel size 1.0. How do I get sound out of the completed *.avi file.
I edited the *.avs with notepad, here what I typed down.
When the DVD2AVI saved the project it saved the *.d2v and a *.wav file for the audio seperatly.
Should I add something to the *.avs file, to get the movies sound in the premiere, and also how do I resize it to 640x464? I’m basically ripping the DVD on to my computer to play it as a background desktop movie, and I don’t want to find the DVD to play it, just point and click.
Last but not least, this is no biggie. When I actually save the *.avs file as a *.avi and the small box that pops up tells you how long it will take to complete, it shows weird numbers. It says that there is only 465 frames to convert and I’m processing 0.07 FPS, and will take more than 1hour to complete. Now I know there is WAY more frames than 465 so I figured out the frames the movie really has and calculated with the estimated time Premiere gave me. I ended up with a processing rate of 20FPS which is average for my computer to do. So in conclusion….. why the hell is it doing that??
Thanks a bunch!!!