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How to rip DVD with dual audio streams

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by DonChoudhry, Jan 30, 2007.

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  1. DonChoudhry

    DonChoudhry Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I usually use Dr. Divx to encode the DVDs to avi format. I was wondering how can I encode a DVD to avi with multiple audio stream support.

    If its not possible in Dr. Divx can someone please suggest some other software

    Thanks
     
  2. Yankee Rose

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    Hi there -

    Have you checked out VirtualDubMod?
     
  3. DonChoudhry

    DonChoudhry Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    No, but since you mentioned I d/led it and tried to work it out.

    I cannot understand how to load the complete list of vob files neither can I find out how to load both audio streams.

    Kindly advice some simpler software or a 'how-to' instructions in order to do it in VirtualDubMod.

    Thanks
     
  4. Yankee Rose

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    Hi again -

    In checking your questions out quickly, I found this site to have some very detailed information, tutorials and how-to guides on using VirtualDubMod.

    Also .... the VirtualDubMod site has a list of FAQ that may address your issues.

    I'm going to be away today; when I return I will try to find some basic step-by-steps for you if these sites don't help. In the meantime, perhaps someone else here at TSG who has used VirtualDubMod for your issues and can lend a hand.

    Hope that helps. :)
     
  5. DonChoudhry

    DonChoudhry Thread Starter

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    Thanks for your kind concern.

    I did a little searching myself and found this --> http://forum.videohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=284761

    Now the link has the guide to do that but it'll take a ot of work and a lot of time to make the avi this way.

    Is there an easy way to do it (I have several DVDs to encode)

    Thanks allot:)
     
  6. DonChoudhry

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    Someone? ... does someone know any easier way?

    Thanks
     
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