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Title: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: MrTorso on September 24, 2010, 09:12:02 PM
So my straight De-crypting of the DVD had some major sync issues. DVD-Shrink can't handle the copy protection. I then made a stand alone ISO with DVD FAB and so far everything seems all right.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: Artie on September 25, 2010, 07:16:20 AM
I've been having audio to video sync issues.  The riffs lines up perfectly but put it all together and audio is about a second ahead of the video.

Was going to wipe everything out and start from scratch last night but my computer decided to keep freezing up and coughed up the "blue-screen-o-death" three times.  Must have been protesting having to work with this movie.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: Lemming Howard on September 25, 2010, 07:59:20 AM
Every program I tried could not rip the netflix DVD.  Turns out the disk itself is too scratched up.  Is it any wonder I sometimes resort to piracy on the internet?
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: MrTorso on September 25, 2010, 08:07:06 AM
I've been having audio to video sync issues.  The riffs lines up perfectly but put it all together and audio is about a second ahead of the video.

Was going to wipe everything out and start from scratch last night but my computer decided to keep freezing up and coughed up the "blue-screen-o-death" three times.  Must have been protesting having to work with this movie.

That was my issue as well. Once I made a new ISO with DVD FAB and then de-crypted the new ISO it all is in sync.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: k1 on September 25, 2010, 08:14:36 AM
My PC is starting to crap out on me so I'm going to have to start doing these reauthors on my Mac again.  :grr: Time to go hunting for software...
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: RVR II on September 25, 2010, 08:27:00 AM
DVD Shrink has worked on most discs but I can always use Magic dvd ripper, dvd fab, and as a last resort - AnyDvd..
My long drawn out process capturing a burned dvd in Pinnacle Studio is still my standard of RiffTrax reauthors 8)
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: RVR II on September 25, 2010, 08:34:05 AM
What's wrong with AnyDVD?
It doesn't compress the movie to fit on a single-layer (4.7g) disc..
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: MrTorso on September 25, 2010, 09:14:45 AM
What's wrong with AnyDVD?
It doesn't compress the movie to fit on a single-layer (4.7g) disc..

AnyDVD is just used in the background to get rid of copy protection. You use it in conjunction with DVD Shrink or other rippers.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: RVR II on September 25, 2010, 09:19:46 AM
What's wrong with AnyDVD?
It doesn't compress the movie to fit on a single-layer (4.7g) disc..

AnyDVD is just used in the background to get rid of copy protection. You use it in conjunction with DVD Shrink or other rippers.
Ah ok..
How exactly do you move the ripped files from AnyDVD into DVD Shrink to compress them to fit a single layer DVD?? :o
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: RVR II on September 25, 2010, 10:24:31 AM
Set up a folder on the hard drive, then start Anydvd.  It will run in the system tray. Right click on it to bring up the menu, and you can "rip dvd to disk" into that folder you set up with it. When it's done, you can navigate to that folder with DVD shrink.
Excellent! Sounds simple enough..
I will definitely give that a try :o
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: RVR II on September 25, 2010, 10:36:24 AM
I like AnyDVD when I'm just "backing up" because it removes all the annoying advertisements and warnings and jumps straight to the menu screen.  This won't be an issue with a re-author, but could be otherwise.
Yeah, same here..
Disney 'bombards' their DVD's with pointless crap like that :grr:
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: jas722 on September 25, 2010, 11:14:17 AM
No issues here, everything went smoothly. I used anyDVD and The Sync lines matched up perfectly. I even left in a few of Disembaudio's lines becasue they were cracking me up.  ;D
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: Danecho1967 on September 25, 2010, 11:37:43 AM
No issues here, everything went smoothly. I used anyDVD and The Sync lines matched up perfectly. I even left in a few of Disembaudio's lines becasue they were cracking me up.  ;D

There were two distinct "I can't delete that" Disembaudio lines in this one.  They should do this more often.  Dis can be very funny when they use him correctly.

When he popped in to give the guys some snickerdoodles in "300", now that was classic.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: k1 on September 28, 2010, 08:51:10 AM
I'm using the usual DVD Decrypter & GoldWave method & haven't had any issues so far. It ripped it without issue & the sync lines are matching up.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: TheUnabeefer on September 28, 2010, 09:36:27 AM
I'm using the usual DVD Decrypter & GoldWave method & haven't had any issues so far. It ripped it without issue & the sync lines are matching up.

I did straight DVD Decrypter too, had to kill about a minute and a half of silence from the end of the audio track and shove it at the beginning when i got back to the mix-down part.  The riffs synced fine, but getting the mixed audio to sync back up with the video required the slight adjustment.  :)
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: k1 on September 28, 2010, 09:46:53 AM
I'm using the usual DVD Decrypter & GoldWave method & haven't had any issues so far. It ripped it without issue & the sync lines are matching up.

I did straight DVD Decrypter too, had to kill about a minute and a half of silence from the end of the audio track and shove it at the beginning when i got back to the mix-down part.  The riffs synced fine, but getting the mixed audio to sync back up with the video required the slight adjustment.  :)

Hm. I didn't do that. Hopefully I'm not making a coaster in my DVD Burner right now.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: k1 on September 28, 2010, 09:56:37 AM
Yep. Made a spiffy coaster that also can be used as an out of sync DVD!

So did you just use trial & error to get it to match up?
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: Action Batch on September 28, 2010, 10:19:15 AM
That's why before I burn them I use VLC to "Open Disc" of the DVD folders I made. Dark Water and Grey's Anatomy gave me the same problems, just had to add a little, check it, add a little, check it.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: TheUnabeefer on September 28, 2010, 10:55:03 AM
Yep. Made a spiffy coaster that also can be used as an out of sync DVD!

So did you just use trial & error to get it to match up?

Yeah, I loaded it in DVDShrink and "previewed" it... The dialogue shows up within the first minute, so it didn't take long to know that the girl's mom's voice was off.  VLC also works for previewing, and loading the VOB in mplayer on Linux works as well.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: k1 on September 28, 2010, 11:01:00 AM
Thanks! Its only off by maybe 2 sec. So hopefully it won't take long to fix.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: Danecho1967 on September 28, 2010, 01:12:03 PM
If you don't mind using one more disk, you can use DVDFab to rip a copy and burn it to disk.  Then run the copy through DVD Decryptor to start the re-authoring process.  This is what I did.  I have neices who will watch the un-riffed copy, but you can always use that one for a coaster too...

 :)
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: MrTorso on September 28, 2010, 05:16:03 PM
If you don't mind using one more disk, you can use DVDFab to rip a copy and burn it to disk.  Then run the copy through DVD Decryptor to start the re-authoring process.  This is what I did.  I have neices who will watch the un-riffed copy, but you can always use that one for a coaster too...

 :)

Or instead of wasting a disc you can have DVD Fab just make an ISO file and then mount it on virtual drive. That is what I did a few posts above.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: TheUnabeefer on September 28, 2010, 08:06:17 PM
If you don't mind using one more disk, you can use DVDFab to rip a copy and burn it to disk.  Then run the copy through DVD Decryptor to start the re-authoring process.  This is what I did.  I have neices who will watch the un-riffed copy, but you can always use that one for a coaster too...

 :)

Or instead of wasting a disc you can have DVD Fab just make an ISO file and then mount it on virtual drive. That is what I did a few posts above.

That's actually what I normally do... (being on Linux I use Windows apps in VirtualBox, so mounting an ISO is easiest) ...but the HSM dvd wouldn't rip for some reason, so I gave up. (lazy)
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: k1 on September 29, 2010, 04:48:27 PM
Thanks! Its only off by maybe 2 sec. So hopefully it won't take long to fix.

I wasn't far off.  I tacked 1.5 sec from the end onto the beginning & it was perfect.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: TheUnabeefer on September 29, 2010, 10:15:35 PM
Thanks! Its only off by maybe 2 sec. So hopefully it won't take long to fix.

I wasn't far off.  I tacked 1.5 sec from the end onto the beginning & it was perfect.


Isn't that what I said?!?!  What do I pay you for?!?!?!
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: k1 on September 30, 2010, 07:27:31 AM
Thanks! Its only off by maybe 2 sec. So hopefully it won't take long to fix.

I wasn't far off.  I tacked 1.5 sec from the end onto the beginning & it was perfect.


Isn't that what I said?!?!  What do I pay you for?!?!?!

Almost?

I'm using the usual DVD Decrypter & GoldWave method & haven't had any issues so far. It ripped it without issue & the sync lines are matching up.

I did straight DVD Decrypter too, had to kill about a minute and a half of silence from the end of the audio track and shove it at the beginning when i got back to the mix-down part.  The riffs synced fine, but getting the mixed audio to sync back up with the video required the slight adjustment.  :)

I think you made a typo.  This isn't going to be a problem when you're filling out expense reports for the trip to Sundance Festival we're sending you on is it? ;)
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: TheUnabeefer on September 30, 2010, 09:35:34 AM
I think you made a typo.  This isn't going to be a problem when you're filling out expense reports for the trip to Sundance Festival we're sending you on is it? ;)

Nope!! I carry the decimal to the 8th place, right?
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: Tony Farms AKA Puma Man on September 30, 2010, 06:08:47 PM
So what are you guys using?  Can I use Delaycut for this?
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: TheUnabeefer on September 30, 2010, 07:11:02 PM
So what are you guys using?  Can I use Delaycut for this?

I used Audacity. I think K1 used Goldwave.  We simply did the DVD Decrypter like normal, and after mixing down the audio moved 1.5 seconds from the end to the front. Tada.
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: Artie on September 30, 2010, 10:11:16 PM
So what are you guys using?  Can I use Delaycut for this?

I used Audacity. I think K1 used Goldwave.  We simply did the DVD Decrypter like normal, and after mixing down the audio moved 1.5 seconds from the end to the front. Tada.

I used ReJig - put in -1 sec delay during reauthoring and it synced up perfectly
Title: Re: Re-authoring findings.
Post by: eegah on November 23, 2010, 06:36:48 PM
Thanks! Its only off by maybe 2 sec. So hopefully it won't take long to fix.

I wasn't far off.  I tacked 1.5 sec from the end onto the beginning & it was perfect.


Isn't that what I said?!?!  What do I pay you for?!?!?!

After much anal-retentive testing, it's actually closer to 1.575 seconds.