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Posts: 1
Registered: 01.05.2009
01.05.09 02:29:10
I am feeling my way round the systems and cant find how to download a DVD video (I have the copyright) onto my PC. can anyone point me where to go? I had to use Nero to rip the dvd and then return to AVS last time! Which is the best programme to take small sample parts to play with for practising embedding etc? Thanks in advance. Liz
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
04.05.09 06:07:42
edeidreg:
how to download a DVD video (I have the copyright) onto my PC
Note that AVS software does not let you copy the protected material. However, in case your DVD is not protected, you can convert it to another format using AVS Video Converter or edit your DVD using AVS Video Editor. Just import VIDEO_TS.IFO from the disc into the program.

Here you can find the detailed instruction on to rip DVDs using AVS Video Converter.

If you would like to simply save the movie on your PC, you can also use AVS DVD Copy.

Best regards
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Registered: 22.01.2009
04.05.09 06:11:53
To: Tawaunna

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Posts: 1
Registered: 01.08.2012
01.08.12 22:04:57
I have a dvd ( no encryption) I wish to use the noise filter on. How do I copy the dvd to my hard drive so I can use audio software. When I open dvd copy it looks to me like it wants to copy the dvd to burn it.
Lex
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Posts: 914
Registered: 20.05.2010
02.08.12 09:29:55
To: mike282


Hello,

Please follow our instructions on copying DVD with AVS Video Converter. Please also use recommedations on applying audio effects.

Best regards.
Posts: 2
Registered: 09.08.2012
09.08.12 19:45:29
Anybody? :-)

1. If the DVD is protected and I DO HAVE 3 YEARS BROADCASTING RIGHTS for that video program, is there way how to convert the DVD into MPG2 stream (m2p) video?

2. Will AVS Video Converter encode MPG2 video stream in CBR if selected? Other software (xilisoft) will offer setting for CBR, however it may (and it will) encode it in VBR anyway (without telling you).

Thank you for any answer
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Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
10.08.12 08:26:48
To: bobreber


Hello,

To answer your questions:

1. AVS Software doesn't allow you to work with materials protected by copyright.

2. You can find the full list of formats supported by AVS Video Converter here.

Could you please specify which output format and settings you would like to select for conversion.

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Posts: 2
Registered: 09.08.2012
10.08.12 17:11:03
To: Esther


1. Again, I do have copyright (for limited period of the time) and also permission to convert DVD program into video streem. ;-)

2. - MPEG1 or MPEG2 files must be encoded as a Program Stream.
-Elementary Video stream must be Main Profile Main Level MP@ML 4:2:0.
-Elementary Audio Stream is optional and must be MPEG layer II at a frequency of 44100Hz with 192kbps – Stereo Channels. Bit/Sample rate is 16
**** -Constant Bitrates CBR (This is important because hardware don’t like variable bitrates) ****
-The main resolution supported is 720 x 480. (16:9 Resolutions are supported based on Television)
-Supported Bitrates between 4 - 6 Mb/s normally provide good quality SD images and is preferred
- Frame Rate 29.976 (NTSC)

The other software give me this warning:

[mpeg2video @ 0259E410]Warning
vbv_delay will be set to 0xFFFF (=VBR) as the specified vbv buffer is too large for the given bitrate!

Is AVS software able to encode in CBR?

Thank you
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Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
13.08.12 09:53:15
To: bobreber


Hello,

Your request was answered in Online Support System:
http://support.avs4you.com/Support.aspx

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