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03-05-2004, 03:44 AM
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To date I havn't had to worry about ripping DVD's as all of my DivX's have been downloaded from the internet. I've the Kdvd template setup in TMPGenc to covert these downloads to burn to DVD.

However a mate of mine has bought the Indiana Jones boxset and I'm thinking of ripping them and burning all 3 films to 1 KDVD or 2 KDVD's (with the bonus disc as well). So I have a few questions.

1/ Firstly what do you guy's use to rip the DVD? Am I right in assuming the best process is to rip the film and audio to a DivX or Xvid (not sure which is best) and then covert in the normal way?

2/ Is there a guide availible anywhere to walk me though the steps?

3/ I'm hoping to keep the origional menu's as well. Is this possible?

Thanks in advance.
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03-05-2004, 04:15 AM
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1/ Firstly what do you guy's use to rip the DVD? Am I right in assuming the best process is to rip the film and audio to a DivX or Xvid (not sure which is best) and then covert in the normal way?
Yeah. And for that I suggest to you to use 320*240 as resolution for your Divx and 1pass 350 Kbit/s. No more (it's not necessary to lose space as the Divx will be erased after all).

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2/ Is there a guide available anywhere to walk me though the steps?
I think you will find that on any "I want to do crap" site. There are a lot.

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3/ I'm hoping to keep the origional menu's as well. Is this possible?
Yes but do them in 160*120 at step 1. Menu do not need to be done with such great quality.





No, seriously, did you realized we are on a "ADVANCED VIDEO EDITING" site ? Hugh ?

Go on the KVCD.net homepage and look at the guide on the right.
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03-05-2004, 05:05 AM
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That was great Phil
I've maded many KVCD, now I'm up to KDVD, buth this DVD->DivX->KDVD is just great idea of all times. Karl youre out
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03-05-2004, 07:31 AM
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yep!

this is my dear friend Phil, the shield again't "strange questions"

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03-05-2004, 11:32 AM
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call me stupid, but dialhot u were joking when saying to rip dvd to divx then to kdvd?
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03-05-2004, 11:51 AM
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"Pon te las pilas" as they do say in south america

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To date I havn't had to worry about ripping DVD's as all of my DivX's have been downloaded from the internet. I've the Kdvd template setup in TMPGenc to covert these downloads to burn to DVD.

However a mate of mine has bought the Indiana Jones boxset and I'm thinking of ripping them and burning all 3 films to 1 KDVD or 2 KDVD's (with the bonus disc as well). So I have a few questions.
You see the content of the question??? And those questions ONLY can be closed or answered in a funny ironic way ..... and here it was the choice b as phil got his funny day friday weekend




PS: And thats the thing beside the illegal way and therefore probs to this forum .... some people just want to watch films, ... do steal, only know how to copy files in windows and now they looking for a way to bring that data to a SAP and that has to be explained fast .... no matter if its risky for forums owners etc.

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03-06-2004, 10:25 PM
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I dont really say much on this forum (just read and learn at the moment),

but...

LMAO!

funniest thing i have read in a long while.

Applause for dialhot.
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