Best encoding app when Handbrake doesn't work?

Discussion in 'iPod' started by Sky Blue, Oct 23, 2005.

  1. Sky Blue
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    Sky Blue

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    handbrake was given me the the 'no valid title' message on a couple dvds. Ripping in mac the ripper and encoding in ffmpegx brings up an error in quicktime..any other decent encoding apps?
     
  2. asherman13
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    try mac the ripper and then using handbrake...


    i've had similar problems, with "corrupted AC3" and sometimes it just stops...any other tips, people?
     
  3. GoCubsGo
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    mac the ripper with dvd remaster. Mac the ripper is free...dvd remaster was like $50. worth every penny
     
  4. neonart
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    I second that.

    I've used Mac the Ripper before, but as I ready up for an iPod+v I tried Handbrake by itself and got a few errors.

    So I'm using Mac the ripper to extract and handbrake to do 320x240. Takes a while, but it works.
     
  5. Sky Blue
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    Sky Blue

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    i've used mac the ripper, but handbrake still says 'no valid title'..if i do it through ffmpegx i get an error message in QT, but it plays fine through VLC...:( :confused:
     

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