I used AnyDVD (220.127.116.11) to rip a commercial DVD (that I own, of course) to my hdd. When I play the VOBs, there is no audio sync problem whatsoever. However, I've now encoded that same set of VOBs to Divx (using Divx 7 Pro) and to MKV (using Divx 7 Pro, StaxRip, RipBot and AutoMKV) and every single file produced has the video ~450ms behind the audio.
Is it even theoretically possible that in ripping a dvd to hdd, that AnyDVD (18.104.22.168) could produce a set of VOBs with the audio out of sync?
Until this happened, I would have thought it impossible for a ripper (such as AnyDVD, but including others, such as DVDDecryptor) to produce VOBs which are in any way different than the originals (except sans encryption, of course). And after all, the VOBs have no sync issues when I play them directly. But then why would four different programs all produce encodes of those VOBs which all have the same audio sync issue?
Companion thread at Slysoft's (maker's) forum.
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Originally Posted by BaldrickOriginally Posted by Webslinger
NOTE: Webslinger's comments appear in the Slysoft forum companion thread.