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    I've been trying to rip a DVD using Handbrake, and once I think I've finally gotten it to work, the entire movie looks like it does above or worse. The audio is super skippy as well. The DVD isn't too scratched and works fine in my DVD player.


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    These are the settings I used when ripping the DVD. The original file is over 4GB in size, and is now an .mp4 file.
    Can anyone help me figure out what I'm doing wrong? I'm pulling my hair out trying to fix this!
    Last edited by cari; 13th Dec 2013 at 17:52. Reason: Adding more details
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    Is this a commercial DVD? What program did you use to get the DVD on your hard drive?
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    Yes, it is commercial. I used Handbrake and VLC.
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    Commercial DVD's have copy protection. You really need to copy the DVD to the hard drive using some thing like anydvd
    or DVDfab decrypter. Once that is successful you can use Handbrake to re-encode.
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  5. What Davexnet said. But you could also use MakeMKV to copy the DVD to hard drive.
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