I am trying to find a solution for ripping my DVD's to file so I can watch them on my phone. I am using a pretty nice program called Format Factory. When I rip, however, the audio is out of sync. It's not as bad with WMV as it is with MP4. Anyone here have any insight?
Then he wouldn't need special software to rip it, since it wouldn't be encrypted.
Not true. Stuff on a video camera doesn't always rip noise to picture ...I have video from track meets in high school and baseball games that the audio is right on in the video camera playback, and off when you burn it to a DVD.
Does anybody else feel sorry for the guy on the set crew they used to show in the little infomercial before movies in the theater? Talking about how buying pirated DVD's hurt the little guy like him? I haven't been to a movie in years..do they still play that PSA?
Originally Posted by JonDMiller
Dosry, You know what? I think I'll agree with you :)
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