Originally Posted by I81u812
Thanks guys Ill give it one more shot before work. And yes, Im trying to copy a DVD I bought to watch at work tonight
EDIT: Ok I selected the commercial subtitles.
Im coverting from teh E optical drive to the L blackberry/videos. File is saved as POTC2.AVI.
Its coding now. Lets see what happens.
EDIT: Still getting CRC Check Failed, duplicate frames, and error at resampling
The purpose of this tab is to allow you to pick a file for you to encode. You may choose any of the following file types:
.qt .wma .avi .mpg .mp4 .mpeg .asf .wmv .mov .vivo .fli .rm .film .roq .ogg .ogm .sdp .pva .nsv .nut .gif .nuv .vob .dat .mkv .flv
You may run across a file that will not work. This is most likely because of one of two things; the file is corrupted (you can rule this out by playing the original file on your computer) OR the file is encrypted. My program is not a ripping program, it is designed as a program to convert video, thus it will not "rip" encyrpted content.
To choose any single file from any media (CD, DVD, hard drive, flash drive, network share, etc.) just click the "File Open" button
You will then be able to browse to any single file and choose it for your input. (NOTE: currently batch processing is not supported. It is being developed).
If you want to choose a file from a DVD (and the DVD is not encrypted) check the DVD box
The program will parse your available optical drives and let you know how many it can see.
At this point you must choose one of these drives from the pulldown box.
Now you will need to know what "titles" you want to encode from your DVD. You can simply click the button next to the pulldown called "Open DVD" and you will see the Video folder on your DVD drive. The files you are concerned with are below, other files you will likely see but do not need are grayed out.
Usually the movie will be contained in the files named VTS_01_1.VOB, VTS_01_2.VOB, VTS_01_3.VOB, and VTS_01_4.VOB. Just type the numbers 1-4 in the title box and the BBVC will "stitch" those files together. This means that you will end up with a single DVD movie, conversely if you were to use the file browse method you would have to create 4 individual movies.
To check to make sure you only stitch together parts of the movie you want (you don't want to stitch a menu to the beginning or end of your file) just double click on the .VOB from Windows Explorer and your default DVD player should open and play the movie. You will usually find that .VOB "0" is a menu file and the last .VOB can sometimes be "directors notes" or something like that. Some DVD's have many .VOBs and you will need to browse to find the ones you want. Almost always the first movie .VOB files are ~1gb in size, the last can be any size from a few MB to ~1gb.
(if your DVD have copy protection you will have to use an decrypter program to remove the copy protection after u can make Iso image load it with nero or powerISO.) in the program select the virtual drive that you load the iso image and try.