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Old 01-07-02, 02:22 AM
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any experience with Gordian Knot?

I was playing around with the program (www.doom9.org), trying to rip a dvd into a dixv file. All was well, except that after 4 or 5 hours of computing, I can't figure out how to mux any audio with my video. Anyone know how?
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If you got separate video and audio use VirtualDub to mux them.
You find the info and software on doom9's site as well.

I haven't used the newer GordianKnot (past 3 month or so). Last I used it it was merely an add-on to NanDub. By reading the guide it looks like you should get the audio and video muxed directly out of GKnot unless you press the "Add job to queue" on the audio page which will cause the audio to be encoded separately.
It's not clear however.

Anyway, VirtualDub is a must-have tool and it's easy to use.
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thanks, I'll try that. How have the quality of your rips been? I am playing with my copy of the rock. I made a 2 CD 1400 mb avi. after I did the first pass, the %was 68 or so. I thought I did good, but there is some major pixillation, and on some scene changes, the changing scene flashes blue for a second. any ideas?


Also Virtuldub is looking for .mp3 files, but all I have are .ac3 files
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Originally posted by RoQuEr

Also Virtuldub is looking for .mp3 files, but all I have are .ac3 files
Try doom9's ac3 to mp3 tutorial: http://www.doom9.org/ac3tomp3.htm

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