I was wondering if you could help me out.
I am new to this.
What I am trying to do is rip all of my Blu-Ray's that I own onto my computer so that I can put them onto
an external HDD and watch them on my media player.
The first 6 or so that I ripped have worked perfect.
I used xilisoft blu ray ripper (Version 7.0), and selecting the HD MKV (Around 8-10GB per movie)
Now, when I try and rip any Blu-Ray, the audio is well out of Sync (At least 5 seconds) of the video.
Nothing has changed on my computer, and I am doing nothing different.
Does any one have any idea why this might be going on ?
No matter what Blu-ray I put in (I have now tried about 10) and its the same.
My computer is:
Windows 7 (64 Bit)
LG Blu-ray Burner
Onboard Video (Would this cause trouble ?)
Any help would be fantastic.
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Thanks for your replys.
I went a bought the DVDFab package.
I am very disapointed in it as it will not let me convert the Blu ray to 1080p MKV, best it gives me is 1920 x 800.
The only good thing was it did rip the blu ray with no delay.
Any suggestions as to why it only gives me 1920 x 800 ?
I also tried Any DVD HD, that ripped the Blu ray to the hdd, and then I tried using Vid Coder to convert to MVK, and it also
only gave me 1920 x 800.
Any reson why this is ?
Here is the pic:
I really like DVDFab in that it can rip the blu ray and then convert to MKV all at once, but I want them in 1080p, not
1920 x 800
Any further help would be great
Can't you turn off the cropping?
Yeah, I tried that.
Does not do anything.
Seems 800 is the max...
Thanks for the reply.
I tried that also in handbrake and it still would only do 1920 x 800.
So i tried something different...
I ripped the Blu Ray using Any DVD HD, and then i opned up DVDFab Converted and converted it to MKV.
Only problem I had was when I tried to do the Higer quality rip (2 pass, rather than 1) it would lock up at 50%.
So do I have to live with 1 pass ? Does anyone know if the quality would be much differnt ?
If I use DVDFab Blu ray ripper and have it go to MKV, it will only do 1920 x 800 - So i guess I have to do a rip first and then
convert - Would that be what you recomend ?
After you selected "custom" on cropping method, did you set the values to "0" ?
Because by default when switching to "custom", it keeps the automatically calculated values but lets you the ability to change !