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  1. I just got my first usb blu-ray player and am trying to rip a movie Pulp Fiction.

    I have tried DVDFab and AnyDVD to convert to MP4 but in both cases Quick Time Pro reports a slight difference in duration between audio and video length (only 4 hundredths of a second).

    When I try to extract a clip from the movie the audio is out of sync everytime! Is this caused by the audio security measures on the Blu-Ray disk itself?

    How do I overcome this problem so my video clips are in sync with the audio?

    In Quick Time the extracted clip plays fine but if I play it in Windows Media Player the out of sync problem is apparent.

    Please advise.

    Thank you.

    Result: I was reducing the dimensions of the video one step at a time in HandBrake, by doing the whole crop in 1 go solved the problem.
    Last edited by kerb; 7th Jan 2012 at 14:16. Reason: Somewhat Solved
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