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I am trying to rip a dvd video, No problem getting the video, it is oerfect. The audio is either not there or is just static depnding upon the method I use to capture it. I have successfully copied it. Helpleaser I want to get it onto my hard drive,

Are we just supposed to guess at all the details your left out??? :lol:

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Are we just supposed to guess at all the details your left out??? :lol:

 

 

Sorry Jim. It is a commercial DVD. The audio was totally missing when I tried to convert it to mpeg and save on my hard drive using copy and convert dvd & capture video. When I tried to use video wave, I got static only. The video portion was just fine in all 3.

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It is of my grandaughter. It was just professionally produced.

 

 

Circumventing copy protection on commercial DVD's is whats illegal.

 

Put the disc in Video Copy and Convert, does it show protected disc, like below?

 

If not, ask away..... :)

 

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It is of my grandaughter. It was just professionally produced.

... and in this case it does not have the Copy Protection or Content Scrambling; the term "commercial" DVD could be a wee bit misleading, and would get the MPAA send off layers... ;)

 

So let's put focus on the Audio portion: what methods were you using? What applications?

Then we'll start from there.

 

Thanks.

 

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... and in this case it does not have the Copy Protection or Content Scrambling; the term "commercial" DVD could be a wee bit misleading, and would get the MPAA send off layers... ;)

 

So let's put focus on the Audio portion: what methods were you using? What applications?

Then we'll start from there.

 

Thanks.

 

I tried to convert it to mpeg and save on my hard drive using copy and convert dvd & capture video. When I tried to use video wave, I got static only. The video portion was just fine in all 3.

 

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I tried to convert it to mpeg and save on my hard drive using copy and convert dvd & capture video. When I tried to use video wave, I got static only. The video portion was just fine in all 3.

 

Your Roxio software did it come pre-installed on your PC or did you buy a Retail version and install it?

 

The name and version # of your software please. Open the Home Screen, up top, click help, then help about this software...

 

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I tried to convert it to mpeg and save on my hard drive using copy and convert dvd & capture video. When I tried to use video wave, I got static only. The video portion was just fine in all 3.

Have you tried copy the contents of your DVD to hard drive, then use them in VideoWave?

(No need to Capture.) It appears trying to capture from DVD is not a reliable thing...

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Your Roxio software did it come pre-installed on your PC or did you buy a Retail version and install it?

 

The name and version # of your software please. Open the Home Screen, up top, click help, then help about this software...

 

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Purchased retail

 

Roxio Creator 2009 Special Edition

Version 1.1.110 SP4; 4.50.05a

Build: 111B10E, R05; 411B33A, R05

 

I should mention that I do a lot of video editing and have never had this problem before. I run a YouTube site for a group called the Cactus Cuties. My grand daughter is one of the group.

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Purchased retail

 

Roxio Creator 2009 Special Edition

Version 1.1.110 SP4; 4.50.05a

Build: 111B10E, R05; 411B33A, R05

 

I should mention that I do a lot of video editing and have never had this problem before. I run a YouTube site for a group called the Cactus Cuties. My grand daughter is one of the group.

 

 

That's a talented group of young ladies and a very proud grandparent I bet... :)

 

With the disc in a DVD Drive, from the Home Screen, Tools, Get Disc Information, does it show closed DVD-Video like the pic below?

 

You have put the disc in a DVD Drive, opened Video Copy and Convert, pointed to the DVD on the source side, then on the destination side choose DVD Video Folder Set to your hard drive and it didn't convert?

 

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That's a talented group of young ladies and a very proud grandparent I bet... :)

 

With the disc in a DVD Drive, from the Home Screen, Tools, Get Disc Information, does it show closed DVD-Video like the pic below?

 

You have put the disc in a DVD Drive, opened Video Copy and Convert, pointed to the DVD on the source side, then on the destination side choose DVD Video Folder Set to your hard drive and it didn't convert?

 

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Video was great, but audio not there. I will try again. will take a bit. will get back to you after. I didn't actually do it this way before. I was making a compilation. Check out www.youtube/user/bullhead003 if you have time.

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Bullhead,

 

Please answer cdanteek's question [posts 13 and 16] about if the DVD is CLOSED or not.

 

Once you've done that, don't worry that there's nothing in the Audio_TS folder or even no Audio_TS folder at all.

In a properly created DVD both the video and audio streams are intertwined together in VOB files that are found in the Video_TS folder. Video and audio are not saved in separate places on the disc.

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Bullhead,

 

Please answer cdanteek's question [posts 13 and 16] about if the DVD is CLOSED or not.

 

Once you've done that, don't worry that there's nothing in the Audio_TS folder or even no Audio_TS folder at all.

In a properly created DVD both the video and audio streams are intertwined together in VOB files that are found in the Video_TS folder. Video and audio are not saved in separate places on the disc.

 

sorry, yes closed. wouldn't even play in dvd player if it wasn't, but i did check disc info as instructed. There is no audio with the folder that i captured. Silence.

 

sorry, yes closed. wouldn't even play in dvd player if it wasn't, but i did check disc info as instructed. There is no audio with the folder that i captured. Silence.

 

LOL! I got it! Found it in VOB files! Learned something new today! Thank you all for your help and patience!

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sorry, yes closed. wouldn't even play in dvd player if it wasn't, but i did check disc info as instructed. There is no audio with the folder that i captured. Silence.

 

 

 

LOL! I got it! Found it in VOB files! Learned something new today! Thank you all for your help and patience!

 

There is no need to capture from a DVD as was mentioned in an earlier post. Simply copy the Video_TS folder to your hard drive using Windows Explorer, launch Videowave and using Add Movie, select the vob and away you go.

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There is no need to capture from a DVD as was mentioned in an earlier post. Simply copy the Video_TS folder to your hard drive using Windows Explorer, launch Videowave and using Add Movie, select the vob and away you go.

 

Only one mentioning "capture from a DVD" was bullhead001..

 

Thanks for all you insight tho....

 

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Only one mentioning "capture from a DVD" was bullhead001..

 

Thanks for all you insight tho....

 

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The only one who mentioned copying the DVD, to the hard drive, outside of Walt, was Jurgen. Both are dead on correct.

 

Since bullhead001 is the one having the problem with capture, the advice NOT to capture should be quite helpful.

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The only one who mentioned copying the DVD, to the hard drive, outside of Walt, was Jurgen. Both are dead on correct.

 

Since bullhead001 is the one having the problem with capture, the advice NOT to capture should be quite helpful.

 

 

Thanks for all your insight too....

 

What would bullhead001 of done without you...

 

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