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wowurrcool
Nov 11, 2008, 02:33 PM
First off, thanks for looking!

I am trying to encode a dvd using handbrake. After the initial scanning Handbrake comes up with 99 titles for the movie, 77 of which are duration times within 2-3 minutes of the film.

I tried using 3 different titles, and each time the encode has the movie, but it is in the wrong order.

All 3 times the movie starts correctly, but then it skips about an hour into the film, then goes on past the credits and plays what it skipped at the end.

Any way of fixing this?

P.S.
It is a Disney dvd



spice weasel
Nov 11, 2008, 02:41 PM
Sounds to me like you have an ARccOS protected DVD, which doesn't surprise me since it's a Disney title. Try ripping it to your HD first, using software that can deal with ARccOS.

Do any of the titles show up with the correct movie run time? Or are they all short clips?

wowurrcool
Nov 11, 2008, 06:42 PM
Of the 99, 77 of them have movie times that are within 2 minutes of the actual time.

When i tried using MactheRipper it said the estimated file size was going to be 53 gigs.... :eek:

spice weasel
Nov 11, 2008, 08:32 PM
Hmm, I don't know what's going on. Try doing a main feature only rip. By the way, what version of Mac The Ripper are you using? 2.6.6?

spacepower7
Nov 11, 2008, 08:35 PM
What Film is this?

Is this Leatherheads?

You might need to use fairmount and DVD2oneX on Mac or AnyDVD on PC.

I hear the correct title is 33, for Leatherheads, and the disc was mastered with over 3000 bad blocks.

Thanks to Dynaflash and the guys at the handbrake forums for this info.

wowurrcool
Nov 11, 2008, 08:43 PM
Yes, I am using MactheRipper version 2.6.6

And the dvd is Wall-E, I work where we get them ahead of the release date

dynaflash
Nov 11, 2008, 08:54 PM
I would try fairmount/dtox on this one ( or for that matter any one ) ... though I have not tried it.

calebmedia
Nov 11, 2008, 08:59 PM
You could give MediaFork (http://mediafork.en.softonic.com/mac/download) a go just for kicks and see if it works.

dynaflash
Nov 11, 2008, 10:50 PM
You could give MediaFork (http://mediafork.en.softonic.com/mac/download) a go just for kicks and see if it works.
You have *got* to be joking.

My favorite part is this comparison to HandBrake http://mac-m4pconverter.en.softonic.com/mac/compare/ffmpegx,mediafork,handbrake

spacepower7
Nov 12, 2008, 02:01 AM
You have *got* to be joking.

My favorite part is this comparison to HandBrake http://mac-m4pconverter.en.softonic.com/mac/compare/ffmpegx,mediafork,handbrake

The sad part is that the website says that Mediafork was downloaded 2:1 over Handbrake in the last 13 weeks ;)

Not sure when the site was last updated.

ascender
Nov 12, 2008, 08:06 AM
I've also had more success with stubborn DVDs by using DVD Shrink under Windows. Not sure if that's an option for you or not. it doesn't seem to get phased as easily as even the latest version of MTR does.

arj8138
Nov 18, 2008, 12:38 PM
Haha I have the EXACT same problem. I hope someone finds out what the right number is QUICKLY. The crazy thing is that the DVD is under 8gigs, so it has to be some kind of crazy mapping and the DVD was just filled with bad mapping to the scenes, then only the right one was mapped to the menu of the disk.

Also, the menus look like ***** on my 24in iMac when in fullscreen.

dynaflash
Nov 18, 2008, 01:13 PM
Also, the menus look like ***** on my 24in iMac when in fullscreen.
yep, 480p would look like that on your screen. The absolute of math is a bummer.

SomeTechGuy
Nov 18, 2008, 04:03 PM
Yup, same problem here. According to Handbrake, WALL-E has 99 titles. For those interested, I've tried twice and failed. It's not Title 1 or 22.

spacepower7
Nov 18, 2008, 04:35 PM
The sad part of this is that it is easier to get a torrent of WALL-E in standard def, 720p, or 1080p, than to rip your own legally purchased copy. Much less time and effort, and available 2 weeks ago on the net.

Whatever happened to the iTunes Digital Copy that Apple was promoting? They could offer a standard def iPod version and a 720p AppleTV version on one extra DVD which would cost a whole 10 cents to manufacture.
Especially since WALL-E is a Disney/Pixar film ??

When will the media companies learn? Never is my guess.

Edit:
Woops

I guess the 3 disc special edition DVD does have an iPod digital copy for an extra $8

dribs
Nov 18, 2008, 06:30 PM
The main title resides on 30. Just go to File>Open Source(Title Specific) and choose title 30. I was able to rip it fine... with just one snag... and a pretty big snag at that. The title rips with the audio sync off by -1 sec. Not cool. Any suggestions from anybody on how to get around this?

I've succeeded by starting the rip at chapter two... but that is a tishy fix. I want the first chapter. Any ideas?

razorme
Nov 18, 2008, 10:37 PM
The main title resides on 30. Just go to File>Open Source(Title Specific) and choose title 30. I was able to rip it fine... with just one snag... and a pretty big snag at that. The title rips with the audio sync off by -1 sec. Not cool. Any suggestions from anybody on how to get around this?

I've succeeded by starting the rip at chapter two... but that is a tishy fix. I want the first chapter. Any ideas?

Just picked up Wall-E...title 39 seems to be in the correct order on my DVD (single disc version). I could extract this using Handbrake, but had the same audio shift problem. To fix the audio, try extracting the video track, removing ~40 frames from the front (hold down shift and click right arrow 40 times, then cut), and "Add to Movie" the video back to the original file.

I noticed when playing the DVD on the computer, that if you manually rewind to the start, the movie will not play unless you fast forward it 1 second or so - my guess is that this is the audio shift problem.

My preference is to buy the DVD, make a copy for iTunes/Apple TV, then put the DVD back into the case and into storage. They sure make it a PITA. I am curious about the 3 disc version with an iTunes copy - what's the quality like?

LinMac
Nov 18, 2008, 10:37 PM
The main title resides on 30. Just go to File>Open Source(Title Specific) and choose title 30. I was able to rip it fine... with just one snag... and a pretty big snag at that. The title rips with the audio sync off by -1 sec. Not cool. Any suggestions from anybody on how to get around this?

I've succeeded by starting the rip at chapter two... but that is a tishy fix. I want the first chapter. Any ideas?

Fairmount + DTOX then Handbrake to convert it to the correct format.

Handbrake can't handle RipGuard/ARccOS.

and09890
Nov 18, 2008, 10:50 PM
Just picked up Wall-E...title 39 seems to be in the correct order on my DVD (single disc version). I could extract this using Handbrake, but had the same audio shift problem. To fix the audio, try extracting the video track, removing ~40 frames from the front (hold down shift and click right arrow 40 times, then cut), and "Add to Movie" the video back to the original file.

I noticed when playing the DVD on the computer, that if you manually rewind to the start, the movie will not play unless you fast forward it 1 second or so - my guess is that this is the audio shift problem.

My preference is to buy the DVD, make a copy for iTunes/Apple TV, then put the DVD back into the case and into storage. They sure make it a PITA. I am curious about the 3 disc version with an iTunes copy - what's the quality like?

I bought the 3 disc Blu-Ray version of Wall-E. The quality of the digital copy included on the 3rd disc is fine, but not great when watched from a close distance on my MBP 15". I wouldn't want to watch it on a bigger screen, but I am sure that it would look fantastic on an iPod. Normally I would have liked to rip a better quality version, but given that the Blu-Ray was relatively cheap ($24 on Amazon), it is definitely ok.

razorme
Nov 18, 2008, 10:55 PM
I bought the 3 disc Blu-Ray version of Wall-E. The quality of the digital copy included on the 3rd disc is fine, but not great when watched from a close distance on my MBP 15". I wouldn't want to watch it on a bigger screen, but I am sure that it would look fantastic on an iPod. Normally I would have liked to rip a better quality version, but given that the Blu-Ray was relatively cheap ($24 on Amazon), it is definitely ok.

Could you look up the bit rate? Does it have both a stereo and an AC3 track (Stereo & Surround tracks if you get movie properties in Quicktime)?

and09890
Nov 18, 2008, 11:33 PM
Could you look up the bit rate? Does it have both a stereo and an AC3 track (Stereo & Surround tracks if you get movie properties in Quicktime)?

Total bit rate is 1586 kbps, and it only has a Stereo track.

Interestingly, I thought that you would only be able to play the movie in iTunes because of the DRM, but I just tried it and it works in Quicktime as well. It is an .m4v file. It doesn't play in VLC though.

spacepower7
Nov 19, 2008, 02:24 AM
Fairmount + DTOX then Handbrake to convert it to the correct format.

Handbrake can't handle RipGuard/ARccOS.

rant/
??? Did you read the thread before you posted???

Duh that was mentioned already:

ARccOS in the 2nd post

Fairmount and DTOX in the 5th and 7th post

Then you posted the same thing in the 18th

/rant
(I am so sick of seeing people post useless or redundant info, usually a couple word answers to complicated questions, just so they can boost their post rating) /rant really over/


Anyway back to the topic.... and maybe some helpful info...

On the Mac the Ripper forums they are saying to use the Movie-only mode and then title 30, then use DTOX if you want to get rid cells 1 and 91. Several claimed success with this method.

Someone else there said they used Ripit, and it didn't show all 99 titles, but only abt 10 real ones and that the movie is title 7 in Ripit.

Here is the link to the 3 page thread if you are interested:

http://www.ripdifferent.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=9923

spice weasel
Nov 19, 2008, 08:45 AM
On the Mac the Ripper forums they are saying to use the Movie-only mode and then title 30, then use DTOX if you want to get rid cells 1 and 91. Several claimed success with this method.

I can confirm that using MTR to rip title 30 only works fine. I didn't bother running it through DTOX to get rid of the two zero cells, and Handbrake still encoded it with no problems.

Now, if I could just figure out a way to rip and encode Shoot 'Em Up... Oh well, can't win them all.

dynaflash
Nov 19, 2008, 12:23 PM
Now, if I could just figure out a way to rip and encode Shoot 'Em Up... Oh well, can't win them all.
Hmmm, did Shoot 'Em Up a while back for my atv. Problem is I cannot remember how. Pretty sure it was FairTox -> HB iirc.

spice weasel
Nov 19, 2008, 01:06 PM
Hmmm, did Shoot 'Em Up a while back for my atv. Problem is I cannot remember how. Pretty sure it was FairTox -> HB iirc.

I tried that already but it kept crashing DTOX, just like it kept crashing MTR. I'll give it another shot. If not, oh well. Thanks.

dribs
Nov 19, 2008, 03:09 PM
Just picked up Wall-E...title 39 seems to be in the correct order on my DVD (single disc version). I could extract this using Handbrake, but had the same audio shift problem. To fix the audio, try extracting the video track, removing ~40 frames from the front (hold down shift and click right arrow 40 times, then cut), and "Add to Movie" the video back to the original file.

I noticed when playing the DVD on the computer, that if you manually rewind to the start, the movie will not play unless you fast forward it 1 second or so - my guess is that this is the audio shift problem.

My preference is to buy the DVD, make a copy for iTunes/Apple TV, then put the DVD back into the case and into storage. They sure make it a PITA. I am curious about the 3 disc version with an iTunes copy - what's the quality like?

Wait, what program did you use to "extract" the video and delete the 40 frames? Can you do that in handbrake?

spice weasel
Nov 19, 2008, 03:16 PM
Wait, what program did you use to "extract" the video and delete the 40 frames? Can you do that in handbrake?

I assume Quicktime Pro. Not "extracting" the video, per se, but rather simply cutting and pasting it.

RedTomato
Nov 19, 2008, 04:16 PM
To the people having problems, as you've already bought the dvd, why not download a torrent?

To be strictly legal, turn off uploading (i.e. redistibution). This may kill your ratio / download bandwidth, but it's worth a try. Anyone object to this legally / morally?

Darth.Titan
Nov 19, 2008, 04:27 PM
Could you look up the bit rate? Does it have both a stereo and an AC3 track (Stereo & Surround tracks if you get movie properties in Quicktime)?

I can tell you for a fact that none of the digital copies included for iTunes come with 5.1 surround. Pro-Logic only.

The only way to get surround sound from a non-iTunes Store rented movie is to make it yourself.

dribs
Nov 19, 2008, 04:51 PM
I assume Quicktime Pro. Not "extracting" the video, per se, but rather simply cutting and pasting it.
SUCCESS! Thanks for the tip (both of you). Now I have a very clean .MOV with iPod atom for my iPhone/ATV.

I was able to get a successful rip without using MTR or DTOX. Here's what I did:

1)Handbrake: title 30 only (all chapters), full resolution @ 1500 kbps
2)Quicktime Pro: load mp4 and extract video layer. Delete first 40 frames from the video layer and add all of the video back in to the original mp4. Extract the audio layer and delete 40 frames, starting at frame 103182. Add this new audio layer back into the original movie as well. Delete both the original audio and video layers. And Save.

The video and audio are all synced up and it's running on iPhone and ATV.

SomeTechGuy
Nov 19, 2008, 10:22 PM
SUCCESS! Thanks for the tip (both of you). Now I have a very clean .MOV with iPod atom for my iPhone/ATV.

I was able to get a successful rip without using MTR or DTOX. Here's what I did:

1)Handbrake: title 30 only (all chapters), full resolution @ 1500 kbps
2)Quicktime Pro: load mp4 and extract video layer. Delete first 40 frames from the video layer and add all of the video back in to the original mp4. Extract the audio layer and delete 40 frames, starting at frame 103182. Add this new audio layer back into the original movie as well. Delete both the original audio and video layers. And Save.

The video and audio are all synced up and it's running on iPhone and ATV.

Sorry, is there anyway to elaborate on Step 2? I have QT PRO but I don't know how to do that. Where can you see what the frame count is?

jimn01
Nov 19, 2008, 11:47 PM
download handbrake 0.9.3 snapshot and use title 30, this will work perfect, and you won't have to fiddle with the audio track.

wrkngclasshero
Nov 20, 2008, 10:28 AM
I am using DTOX to rip. Whenever I rip Title 30, it does not have a blank cell at 1 or 91. Also, the movie starts somewhere in the middle with Wall E carting around the ipod looking robot.

Do the Title #s change with DTOX and if so, which one should i use?

Can this even be done without using MTR (also using 0.9.3 SS which I don't think will break encryption on DVDs so ripping first is a must).

spice weasel
Nov 20, 2008, 11:15 AM
I am using DTOX to rip. Whenever I rip Title 30, it does not have a blank cell at 1 or 91. Also, the movie starts somewhere in the middle with Wall E carting around the ipod looking robot.

Do the Title #s change with DTOX and if so, which one should i use?

Can this even be done without using MTR (also using 0.9.3 SS which I don't think will break encryption on DVDs so ripping first is a must).

HB uses VLC for decryption. So make sure you have the latest version of VLC installed, then encode title 30 in HB and it should work. I always rip to my drive first (used MTR and it worked fine), so I can't confirm.

dribs
Nov 20, 2008, 02:02 PM
Sorry, is there anyway to elaborate on Step 2? I have QT PRO but I don't know how to do that. Where can you see what the frame count is?

In QT Pro, when you open your movie, look in the lower left of the movie window. You'll see a time display. If you click on that, you'll get an option to switch to frame display. To scroll forward and backward frame by frame, use shift+arrow keys. To view the various video/audio layers, got to Window>Show Movie Properties. It's in this window that you can extract video/audio layers. To add video/audio layers back in to your movie, go to Edit>Add to Movie.

joeblough
Nov 21, 2008, 10:37 AM
i cant seem to get a good rip with MTR. what settings did you use?

also how is the beta of HB supposed to interact with VLC? i dont see any options in HB to point it at VLC - all the libraries that VLC uses are contained within the VLC binary bundle so i dont see how HB would even be aware of them. i get encrypted noise when i try to use the new HB to rip/encode title 30.

dynaflash
Nov 21, 2008, 10:45 AM
also how is the beta of HB supposed to interact with VLC? i dont see any options in HB to point it at VLC - all the libraries that VLC uses are contained within the VLC binary bundle so i dont see how HB would even be aware of them.
If vlc 0.9.xxx is in your /Applications folder HB will load the libdvdcss library from inside the vlc app package. If not, it cannot read encrypted discs. Simple.

jasincity
Nov 21, 2008, 11:26 AM
Someone else there said they used Ripit, and it didn't show all 99 titles, but only abt 10 real ones and that the movie is title 7 in Ripit.

Here is the link to the 3 page thread if you are interested:

http://www.ripdifferent.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=9923[/QUOTE]

I tried this method and it works. I used RipIt to extract the correct files (done automatically) and then used Handbrake to transform the file created by RipIt in to AppleTV format. When using the RipIt file as source for Handbrake, it reduces the amount of files to 3 or 4--the biggest of which is the actual movie and 2 of the others are Presto & Burn-E.

michaelsquared
Nov 21, 2008, 11:50 AM
I have tried to covert tracks 30 and 39 in handbrake, and used ripit4me to back-up the dvd on my hard drive (it only saves track 30) and then tried to convert it with handbrake. All I get is a pixelated file. I feel like I have taken most of the steps listed above. Any sugestions as to why I am getting this pielated movie.

SomeTechGuy
Nov 21, 2008, 01:47 PM
No idea.

I'll tell you what works though. Download the currently beta version of Handbrake (v. 0.9.3) Encode Title 30 and use one of the usual presets. That should work. It worked for me. It has to be version 0.9.3 though. It can be found at the link below.

http://handbrake.fr/?article=snapshot

spacepower7
Nov 21, 2008, 02:36 PM
Just a reminder, since some people don't read all the posts in the thread.

Using HandBrake 0.9.3 Snapshot Builds, HandBrake and VLC (I think you need version 0.9 or later) both need to be in your Applications folder.

@wrkngclasshero
I'm pretty sure DTOX automatically gets rid of the 0 cells. Are you looking at the cells before the rip, or the post-ripped VIDEO_TS folder

from evdberg, developer of mac version of DTOX:
"Since V2.1.4 the way empty cells are automatically removed from the cell list in movie-only mode is changed (see revision history). In case still empty cells are left you can simply deselect them as usual."

joeblough
Nov 21, 2008, 03:29 PM
If vlc 0.9.xxx is in your /Applications folder HB will load the libdvdcss library from inside the vlc app package. If not, it cannot read encrypted discs. Simple.

although VLC is in /Applications, HB was not. i dont know if HB looks in the same directory its in, or explicitly looks in /Applications. i'll have to fool around with it tonight. i had very little luck dumping the movie out of VLC itself, though in theory this should have worked.

all this business is so stupid. one way or another we will continue to get the data off the disk. all i want to do is get this movie onto my appleTV so that my kids don't destroy the disc... i wish the stupid movie studios would wake up and smell the coffee. pretty soon i'm just going to stop buying their crap if they make it so hard for law abiding citizens to do what they want with their media.

edit: duh, the version of VLC i had on this machine was 0.8.6... upgrading now...
edit2: thanks, VLC 0.9.x + HB beta worked great.

Cleverboy
Nov 21, 2008, 11:19 PM
I've also had more success with stubborn DVDs by using DVD Shrink under Windows. Not sure if that's an option for you or not. it doesn't seem to get phased as easily as even the latest version of MTR does. Does DVD Shrink work in Crossover? Anyone know?

~ CB

andyx181x
Nov 23, 2008, 11:15 PM
wow guys your all giving great ideas, i'm getting no where at the MTR forums so ill voice my situation. i got walle also and i'm using MTR 3.0 r14m and the only thing i can extract is the main feature (which is what i want cause i convert all my movies to avi). i did title 30 which is the proper title, and mydvdedit and tested it on DVD player and its complete. i even went and deleted cell 01 and 91. I used handbrake 0.9.1 and the movie is perfect except the movie only goes up to 1:12, its missing the remaining footage and i am stumped. I am not interested in making a dvd copy yet, mainly because i am confused about how to use DTOX. i would normally use toast titanium to burn my TS folder, but its crashing every time i do. any suggestions? my ultimate goal is just make it into a xvid avi, visualhub failed as it ended at 1:10 with no audio.

mainrotor
Nov 26, 2008, 09:25 AM
No idea.

I'll tell you what works though. Download the currently beta version of Handbrake (v. 0.9.3) Encode Title 30 and use one of the usual presets. That should work. It worked for me. It has to be version 0.9.3 though. It can be found at the link below.

http://handbrake.fr/?article=snapshot

Thanks to everyone in this thread for taking the time to lend ideas. I benefitted from the latest release of Handbrake 0.9.3 which ripped track 30 with no audio sync problems. Very impressive!

dynaflash
Nov 26, 2008, 01:15 PM
Thanks to everyone in this thread for taking the time to lend ideas. I benefitted from the latest release of Handbrake 0.9.3 which ripped track 30 with no audio sync problems. Very impressive!

Yep, works fine, only thing is HB shows I think 116 chapters when in reality a dvd player shows 33. However playback is totaly like the original.

sycho
Nov 26, 2008, 01:31 PM
Does DVD Shrink work in Crossover? Anyone know?

~ CB

I have it installed, it seems to work for some titles, but other titles give a permissions error. I will play around a few more times tonight and let you know.

andyx181x
Nov 26, 2008, 09:26 PM
i'm still using 10.4.11 so i can't get the newer handbrake :(

brap999
Nov 27, 2008, 10:20 PM
Hey guys, I'm not a mac user, but I was trying to figure out which title contained the real movie and stumbled onto this thread. So with this threads help and using Kaffeine media player under Linux I confirmed it is indeed title 30 (Kaffeine shows the title numbers when playing a movie).

So for any future people browsing this thread, rip title 30! The other 90 something titles are garbage. Thanks for everyones help, you saved 10 years of my life and kept me sane.

Brap

JohnnyRocks
Dec 3, 2008, 10:32 AM
Prince Caspian also comes with 99 titles when I try to handbrake. Does anyone know which one is correct?

JW008
Dec 3, 2008, 10:47 AM
Prince Caspian also comes with 99 titles when I try to handbrake. Does anyone know which one is correct?

Handbrake is at home currently trying to do this one as well. I'm going to try the RipIt method over lunch.

Rooskibar03
Dec 3, 2008, 04:43 PM
I've given up trying to rip anything from Disney with any software for Mac. I boot into WinDoze and use DVD Fab, save to back to Mac and encode with HandBrake.

Works everytime for every movie I have tried.

dynaflash
Dec 3, 2008, 04:54 PM
As was said before HB 0.9.3 with title 30. The number of chapters is off in the chapters menu, but plays just fine from beginning to end.

milmagician
Dec 3, 2008, 10:05 PM
For Prince Caspian, select chapter 58 from the drop-down menu. To find this, I first opened the DVD in DVD Player and saw the runtime. The only one that matched exactly was #58.

elohssa
Dec 4, 2008, 09:44 AM
For Prince Caspian, select chapter 58 from the drop-down menu. To find this, I first opened the DVD in DVD Player and saw the runtime. The only one that matched exactly was #58.

Actually its even easier. Just play the movie in DVD player, right click on the movie as it plays and look at the title menu for the one with a check next to it.

Eloh

ernestsewell
Dec 7, 2008, 02:57 AM
First off, thanks for looking!

I am trying to encode a dvd using handbrake. After the initial scanning Handbrake comes up with 99 titles for the movie, 77 of which are duration times within 2-3 minutes of the film.


This is not hard to fix. Open DVD Player and run the movie. Click on Title under the time a couple of times and it will tell you what title it is playing. Same goes with any standard DVD player that is hooked to your television, or PC players like PowerDVD, etc.

BTW, it's title 30.

ernestsewell
Dec 7, 2008, 02:57 AM
Actually its even easier. Just play the movie in DVD player, right click on the movie as it plays and look at the title menu for the one with a check next to it.

Eloh

EXACTLY! That's not exactly new technology there.

ernestsewell
Dec 7, 2008, 03:02 AM
Prince Caspian also comes with 99 titles when I try to handbrake. Does anyone know which one is correct?

It's the title showing when you play it in any DVD player, as it is with any DVD.

macrem
Dec 7, 2008, 12:50 PM
Hey guys, I'm not a mac user, but I was trying to figure out which title contained the real movie and stumbled onto this thread. So with this threads help and using Kaffeine media player under Linux I confirmed it is indeed title 30 (Kaffeine shows the title numbers when playing a movie).

So for any future people browsing this thread, rip title 30! The other 90 something titles are garbage. Thanks for everyones help, you saved 10 years of my life and kept me sane.

Brap
Welcome fellow *NIX brethren ;-) Hey, while you're here, in another thread, we're moaning how apparently Apple has enabled RipLock on SuperDrives, so it's taking me over an hour to rip title 30 to an MP4 file. If you get a chance please let us know about how long this would take with a modern Linux distro / PC.

macrem
Dec 7, 2008, 01:38 PM
Btw I have a Wall-e DVD bought in Europe. Here it appears to be title 41 (per elohssa's method above). I'll try and let you know the results. Title 30 was a no-go.

edit: 41's good here.

So:
1) ensure you've installed the latest versions of HandBrake (0.93) + VLC,
2) open DVD in DVD Player, right click and make note of the Title # that is checked,
3) in HandBrake, select the checked Title # from #2, then let 'er rip...

barnesnotnoble
Dec 9, 2008, 06:42 PM
In QT Pro, when you open your movie, look in the lower left of the movie window. You'll see a time display. If you click on that, you'll get an option to switch to frame display. To scroll forward and backward frame by frame, use shift+arrow keys. To view the various video/audio layers, got to Window>Show Movie Properties. It's in this window that you can extract video/audio layers. To add video/audio layers back in to your movie, go to Edit>Add to Movie.

I'm still having trouble using Quicktime Pro to edit the audio video layers. I am able to switch the display to frames on the extracted video, but I don't get the same option when I extract the audio.

More importantly, how do I delete the 40 frames and then add them back to the video? I keep playing around with this but I don't seem to be making any progress. Can anyone give me a step by step?

Thanks,
Brad

megahertz
Dec 25, 2008, 08:48 PM
I have Wall-E- 1 disc.

I open Handbrake.

96 Titles.

About 80 are between 1:30min and 1:45min

How do I get the movie from DVD to iPod.

cohenben
Dec 26, 2008, 04:01 PM
Thanks to everyone in this thread for taking the time to lend ideas. I benefitted from the latest release of Handbrake 0.9.3 which ripped track 30 with no audio sync problems. Very impressive!

Yep - this is the way I'd recommend doing it.

iknowyourider
Dec 27, 2008, 08:18 AM
After reading this thread I checked walle in my itunes and the time was screwed up. I tried to upgrade / update to 0.9.3 and failed. Then I deleted handbrake and re-downloaded it (0.9.3). Opened walle and it will not get past scanning title 1 of 99. I tried for a while yesterday, restarted macbook and have tried for 10 minutes today.

vawolf
Feb 5, 2009, 07:33 PM
Thanks to everyone in this thread for taking the time to lend ideas. I benefitted from the latest release of Handbrake 0.9.3 which ripped track 30 with no audio sync problems. Very impressive!

Doesn't work for me...Handbrake 0.9.3 keeps crashing. Am I missing a step?

mariovo5
Apr 1, 2009, 11:33 PM
Hey guys great info on how to trouble shoot this glitch on the movie Wall-e.
I just started using Handbreak and I came across this glitch on the movie
Wall-e. The default track is 22 I think, rip that and then, rip it again but only
get track 30, This is the beginning of the movie. and then you can use iMovie to crossfade the two tracks together.
I hope this helps some people, I had to figure it out on my own. If you have lip sync problems, all I can say is extract the audio. Programs or applications to help you edit the sound and video is iMovie, Logic Pro for more precise editing and I am sure their is allot more out their. Another movie that I had problems with was, Saw V lip sync problem. I tried to fix this lip sync my self but I am not a master on this stuff that much.
Again I hope this helps.

glap1922
Apr 2, 2009, 06:33 AM
A lot of people are having problems with Disney movies. The steps are fairly simple once you figure out what you need to do.

First, put the DVD in your mac, play it using DVD Player and play the main feature. Once the movie starts you can go to "Go" in your bar and then "Title." Once there see which title is checked off, that is the main title for your DVD. This should work for any movie that is showing up with 99 titles or anything where you aren't sure what the main feature is.

Then open handbrake and get title specific source, put in the title number you found in DVD Player, and then Rip. Everything should work fine.

I know a lot of people have already given this info, but I figured it couldn't hurt to add it one more time for people still confused.

iknowyourider
Apr 2, 2009, 10:07 AM
I just tried ripping #30 and the sound is a couple seconds off. I recently had a friend give me his digital copy that came with the blueray disc. I also got the dvd for christmas, so...

nightlight
Jul 8, 2009, 08:14 PM
Those in Australia (R4) trying to rip the 2 disc Wall-E, it's title #53

Pretty much whatever title matches 1h53m26s