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The dead easy way to make DivX-movies from DVDs This tutorial is based entirely on experience and not at all on technical insight therefore I know this works fine and I will now share it with you There will be no pictures just a step by step recipe on how to do the conversion You need 1PC with a DVD player installed 2Any kind of DVD software player 3The DVD you want to convert 4The program Smartripper 202 5The program Flask Mpeg 594 6Some kind of bitrate calculator I prefer Advanced DivX Bitrate CalcVersion 18 7The DivX- codec 8And finally a MP3 codec Radium is a good one Install all programs from number 4-8 on you computer according to the on-screen instructions Now the ripping and packing itself 1Insert the DVD to rip into your DVD-player 2Start the DVD softwareplayer 3Let the film begin to play be sure to get to the movie itself commercials or FBI-ads and such in the beginning will not do 4Press pause 5Start Smartripper and wait for the user interface to come up 6Smartripper will know what to rip so you just have to point the Target-directory to some place on your harddisk that can hold some 4-8 Gb of data 7Press Start 8After some time the Smartripper will inform you that the ripping is complete 9Close Smartripper 10Close Your DVD-softwareplayer 11Start Flask 12Press File and choose Open File 13Browse to the directory where you saved the DVD-rip and point to the first file with the extension vob 14Flask will now analyse the file 15Depending on wich language you want you must choose audio-track English is almost every time the track 0x80 16Press Flask it 17Start Advanced bitrate calc 18Choose what size you want the movie to be 650Mb 1 CD 74 Minutes is the most common format 19Make input sound rate 96Kbs Stereo and 1 audiostream 20Fill inn the length
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