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by ActiveFan
Sun Apr 15, 2007 1:08 am
Forum: Mac
Topic: NO AUDIO?... Read Here! (Summary in First Post) **UPDATED**
Replies: 422
Views: 95128

Well, one problem here, these DVDs have all been ripped years ago. I have them in VIDEO_TS files on a media server. Would burning DVDs and then re-ripping have any affect? Doesnt seem like it. Isnt' there anything i can run them through off the hard drive to fix these errors?
by ActiveFan
Sat Apr 14, 2007 5:45 pm
Forum: Mac
Topic: NO AUDIO?... Read Here! (Summary in First Post) **UPDATED**
Replies: 422
Views: 95128

It seems a lot of the discussion on this problem is regarding how a commercial DVD is ripped, but i experience this problem mostly on self-made DVDs. I have ripped hundreds of commercial DVDs (mostly with DVDDecryptor on the PC) and rarley see the problem, but i do have about 200 various hand made D...
by ActiveFan
Tue Mar 27, 2007 11:23 pm
Forum: Devices and Presets
Topic: Apple TV and 5.1 support - some definitive answers
Replies: 242
Views: 67119

Thanks! That being said, what settings would you recommend for future prooofing these movies the best i can. MP4, AVI, MOV, OGG, MP3, AAC, AC3, etc. For all practical purposes, the video quality of these old movies/tv shows will never be better than the current (e.g. 640x480 H.264) quality can encod...
by ActiveFan
Tue Mar 27, 2007 9:44 pm
Forum: Devices and Presets
Topic: Apple TV and 5.1 support - some definitive answers
Replies: 242
Views: 67119

2.0 1.0 Stereo, etc

I understand the need for 5.1 audio eventually for modern movies, etc. But im confused on the details or limitations of any audio below that ceiling. I have a lot of old movies on DVD, and old tv shows that obviously were never in 5.1. Most of them are probably originally mono (with a 1.0 digital tr...
by ActiveFan
Thu Mar 15, 2007 2:47 am
Forum: Devices and Presets
Topic: Apple TV shipping !!!!!
Replies: 6
Views: 2622

I seriously doubt the reason was for 'quarterly results'. Im sure we're talking about a small number of units in comparison to Apples sales. Far less than a half percent at best.