Previously i have used autoGK which works awesome but i am starting to fall in love with mkv's and H.264 so i have decided to give Ripbot264 a go. I have previously used ripbot264 to encode a few of my blu-rays and it worked perfectly except for the 10 hour encode time. I riped a copy of my serentiy DVD as i want to replace my Xvid-Avi rip with a H.264-Mkv version. Like usual i rip the dvd to 1 vob load it up in Ripbot and went to preview and for some reason it comes out in 4:3, i check the aspect ration and the cropping and manual set them all and no matter what i do it comes out in 4:3 or an obscure aspect ratio. I loaded the same Vob into Handbrake and its comes out perfect !, i have no idea what im doing wrong or if my version of Ripbot is playing up. Also what size should i make a 2h20min DVD rip using H.264 if under Xvid i would use 800mb taking into account i want similar quality to the Xvid Rip.
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Thread: Ripbot264 and DVD's
Originally Posted by leftspeaker2000
Assuming it was a 16x9 dvd to begin with you should have a 16x9 output option. It will most likely read as either 1.78:1 or 2.35:1 output instead of saying 16x9 - but it will be the correct ratio on output.Donatello - The Shredder? Michelangelo - Maybe all that hardware is for making coleslaw?
Hey thanks guys for the reply.
Yoda313 even if i change the resolution it just does not accept it and change the aspect, im out of ideas i think the program is acting up. Also do you guys know if you can get 5.1 surround audio though hand break in ACC format thast is not 6 channel descrete audio because its drasticly dcreased teh quality.
Update if i change the size to HD-Ready 1280x720 it seems to be in the right aspect but i dont want to upscale.