mutantfish01 wrote:Nope... DVD2AVI is just fine. It crashes every now and then, but overall it works really good.
Two big problems with DVD2AVI are (1) the headache with version incompatibilities between DVD2AVI and Avisynth plugin and (2) it loses frames, which can be a real problem for editing. (Or, depending on how you cut things, maybe not.)
Donald Graft has a more detailed explanation here:http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdec/dgmpgdec.html
The new version doesn't save files directly to AVI, so I'd prefer to just keep that extra step down.
The ability to create an AVI file was deemed redundant
, since frameserving to VirtualDub can accomplish the same thing with little additional work.
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