[MEncoder-users] rip dvd to mkv, ogm, mp4 script

Stroller stroller at stellar.eclipse.co.uk
Mon Sep 29 02:42:28 CEST 2008

I would be interested to hear if you have the same problems using  
`undvd`. [1][2]

I'm using "--cont mp4" to get aac / h264 .mp4 files and "-c" does  
automatic cropping. It's really easy to use and seems to do a pretty  
good job.

Federico Pistono words, "without any doubt, I would not have chosen  
avi, which is probably the worst container for audio and video that  
ever existed in this planet" make me wonder if he released his  
`ripdvd` in response to `undvd`, which until recently did only support  
avi. I entered into discussion with undvd's author about this and he  
overcame his dislike for proprietary platforms to support mp4s which I  
believe to be standards-compliant.

I glanced at Federico's script but I can't use Matroska on my main  
playback device (a PS3) here.

Anyway, I would be glad to hear if you have the same problems with  
undvd (it looks like you might, because undvd does not seem to set  
output fps) because I would like to pass fixes back to undvd's author.


[1] http://www.matusiak.eu/numerodix/blog/index.php/2007/01/30/undvd-dvd-ripping-made-easy/
[2] http://sourceforge.net/projects/undvd/

On 28 Sep 2008, at 07:23, Laine Lee wrote:

> (Every time I test a rip, it's successful, but every time I perform  
> the
> action on a full title, I see this line repeatedly in the command  
> output
> during initial audio extraction, and the final video is jerky and the
> audio/video synch drifts gradually from start to finish. Do you have  
> any
> explanations or advice to offer? Thanks.)
> Forgot to send the line that appears in the command output (sorry).
> Warning! FPS changed 23.976 -> 29.970
> Laine Lee

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