Transferring to iPhone, iPod, or iPad

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Xtreme
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Transferring to iPhone, iPod, or iPad

Postby Xtreme » Mon Apr 23, 2012 10:53 pm

Hello,

I am experiencing some rather frustrating issues while using the software. I have attempted to copy a few DVDs and trim them down for my iPad. However, I've ran into a few issues. I insert the DVD, pick it up in the source, click on the iPad setting (preset), and then start. Every time I start the file I go into previewing it and my file has several pixels and the audio is skipping. Again, I've tried this with several DVDs of mine and not one of them has worked correctly.

Is there something I am missing in this process? Maybe a setting?

Any help with this matter will be greatly appreciated as I'd love to get some of my DVD purchases onto my iPad so I can watch them while being mobile.

Here's a link of my activity : http://paste.handbrake.fr/pastebin.php?show=3142

GregiBoy
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Re: Transferring to iPhone, iPod, or iPad

Postby GregiBoy » Mon Apr 23, 2012 11:54 pm

Handbrake does not defeat copy protection and this sounds like this is what is happening.

Have a read on this subject in the FAQ and/or use proper ripping software to pre-rip to your hard disk.

Durendal
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Re: Transferring to iPhone, iPod, or iPad

Postby Durendal » Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:51 pm

What GregiBoy said. Is VLC installed to your Applications folder? Handbrake uses this to get around copy protection without building that capability directly in. Make sure you have the latest version in your Applications folder, and I believe you have to fire it up at least once.

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Rodeo
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Re: Transferring to iPhone, iPod, or iPad

Postby Rodeo » Wed Apr 25, 2012 7:53 pm

Durendal wrote:What GregiBoy said. Is VLC installed to your Applications folder? Handbrake uses this to get around copy protection without building that capability directly in. Make sure you have the latest version in your Applications folder, and I believe you have to fire it up at least once.


He's running Windows.

And no, VLC is no longer the recommended solution under OS X either:

DVD decryption, VLC 2.x and HandBrake

Durendal
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Re: Transferring to iPhone, iPod, or iPad

Postby Durendal » Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:29 am

Rodeo wrote:
Durendal wrote:What GregiBoy said. Is VLC installed to your Applications folder? Handbrake uses this to get around copy protection without building that capability directly in. Make sure you have the latest version in your Applications folder, and I believe you have to fire it up at least once.


He's running Windows.

And no, VLC is no longer the recommended solution under OS X either:

DVD decryption, VLC 2.x and HandBrake

Ouch. I must've missed that development. Shame. Missed the platform reference in the Pastebin, too.


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