Mac the ripper questions

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by umrdad, Dec 18, 2005.

  1. umrdad macrumors member

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    I'm new at ripping dvd's but having a problem with the movie "patton" . . . . everything seems to be there but the audio is in the background a boring monotone history professor type talks through the whole movie, so i threw the file in the trash and tried again . . . same thing . . . . this is an original purchased dvd not a rental or copy any ideas where i'm going wrong? it is a long movie are there limits to size? it's one of my favorite movies so would really like a copy of it
     
  2. kugino macrumors 65816

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    sounds like you're only copying the "director's comments" audio track and not all the audio tracks...make sure that if you're doing a full "disk copy," that you check (or un-check) all the audio files you want.
     
  3. umrdad thread starter macrumors member

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    thanks for the info i'll give it a try i have been using main feature extraction 'cause i didn't want/need all that other clutter but maybe this is one you get it all or you don't get jack
     
  4. DYazbek macrumors newbie

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    Mac The Ripper problem continues

    I too have this problem. If a DVD has a commentary, it automatically gets added to any chapter I rip. Can someone please tell me how to rip a chapter with just the film and its movie/fx soundtrack, not the blasted commentary. I do not see any option for which audio soundtrack to select.
     
  5. DYazbek macrumors newbie

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    OK, I found the soundtrack options, but even if I deselect the non-English languages and directors commentary, the ripped file still comes out in Italian or some other major language on the DVD. Help!! I just want a scene from a film, the way you'd watch it in the cinema. Is that too much too ask?
     

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