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Problems with Ripped Movies on MS

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  1. Slide71

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    Hi Guys,

    I seem to have a problem when watching ripped movies on a 512MB Stick. The quality of the movie is fine, the sound is fine but there's a 40 second mismatch!!! The film seems to go faster than the sound. Anyone any ideas why and got a fix???

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  2. chrislad

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    What software are you using?
     
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    If using 3gp convertor then it might be due to the input file. The only format i can get to work in sync is if i input an .avi file, any other file type is usually out of sync. This might not be the right answer but it worked for me. Try using software such as video 9!
     
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    I've used .mprg, .avi and .vob files with PSP Video 9 and had no sync problems.
     
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    Dont think im getting into trouble saying this as im ripping my own dvds therefore I own the original.

    I use DVD Decrypter to rip the film, then DVD shrink to shrink it to PSP size file under 1 mb, then I use XOO-Movies on PSP to transfer the file to MP4.

    Never had a single sync problem yet?, so Im not sure what your doing wrong matey??
     
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    PSP Video 9 can convert the VOB files so why are you using DVD Shrink? Decrypter can use Stream Processing so you're just getting the film, not the subtitles or what not.
     
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    Yeah, I just like using DVD shrink ;-)

    Also if your movie is not 29.97 fps, you will get sync errors/probs in PSP Video 9, you will need to convert the framerate to 29.97, pocketDivx is program that will let you.
     
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    I'm gonna wait for 3rd party programs to incorparate Sony's new AVC format before I prepare my films for Sept 1st. Native 16:9 ratio, and a promise of same quality with lower bitrates by Sony, similar to Atrac 3+
     
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    PSP Video 9 already has a Beta of PSP Video 9 AVC :)
     
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    Yeah I know, but I'd rather wait for the testing to be done. 23 days and a bit to launch........
     

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