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  1. #21  
    Pocket DVD Studio works great for me!
  2. #22  
    So i followed the instruction and was able to watch my first DVD on my treo. I go ahead and decrypt another dvd and now when i play, it does not have any sound and says "Player: Audio Codec(MP3,0055 not supported by the player.
  3. #23  
    I have to post on this again!

    I've converted three movies now and it gets easier and easier ('cause the program remembers most of my settings). This really is a great way to watch movies (plus, it's free!).

    Best use of movies on a Treo 650:
    Sitting in an auditorium watching the seven year old's ballet rehearsal (for three hours!)... My four year old next to me is getting fidgety until plugging her into "A Bug's Life".

    This Treo thing really is the All-Device!
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  4. #24  
    It is sloooooooow. Over 3 hours?
    I must be doing something wrong. It's 4 25-minute shows from a DVD.
    There has to be a quicker way to convert.
  5. #25  
    Yeah, unfortunately the process of converting is extremely slow. It took roughly about 3 hours to convert a movie. What I started to do is take my laptop to work and convert the movies while I am working since I don't have to stand over the program as it converts. Then I just store them in a breifcase on my laptop.

  6. #26  
    Well, I have no clue what I did but it worked.
    So I can watch 4 episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm while flying later today.
    Thanks for the help!
  7. #27  
    Excellent tutorial and even better software.

    Only issue I had was when I Decrypted one of my movies it came out in 7 equally sized VOB files. I viewed them each is a section of the movie. I was expecting 1 whole file did I do something wrong. I did exactly as instructed (the second time) the first time I did get one VOB file but i was not set to IFO I. Once I set it to IFO I I got the the broken up files.
  8. #28  
    Quote Originally Posted by Kahuna
    Excellent tutorial and even better software.

    Only issue I had was when I Decrypted one of my movies it came out in 7 equally sized VOB files. I viewed them each is a section of the movie. I was expecting 1 whole file did I do something wrong. I did exactly as instructed (the second time) the first time I did get one VOB file but i was not set to IFO I. Once I set it to IFO I I got the the broken up files.
    Quote Originally Posted by deanfx
    Ok, when dvd decrypter was finished I got 6 vob files over 1 million kb each and 1 smaller vob file. What did I do wrong?
    In the "Mode" option of DVD Decrypter, select " IFO I".

    Then go to Tools/Settings/IFO MODE. In the "Options / File Splitting" box, make sure to choose "None". In the "On Startup" box, make sure that "Select Main Movie PGC and Uncheck Suspect Cells" have check marks in the boxes.

    Then in the "File Names" box, make sure both that the "Include PGC Number and Include Angle Number" are checked off. Then click "ok" then decrypt

    Then you'll have the main movie title as one file.
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  9. #29  
    I use PocketDVD. It is not free but it is simple to use and a whole movie takes less than a hour and the file size is a fraction of what is reported here. The $24 is well worth it.
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  10. #30  
    I do the same thing differently:

    Use DVD Shrink to load the DVD into VOB files. It is important to leave the default setting to create multiple 1GB files, if necessary. Then I use PocketDIVXencoder (free) to grab all of the files DVD Shrink made and PocketDIVXencoder then downsizes it to the proper screen size and compression. I can usually get a 90 minute DVD down to about 180MB. I use 3 and 3 for video and audio compression quality. I see no difference in quality from larger values and might even experiment with 1 or 2.

    The PocketDIVXencoder makes a .avi file which I just drop on my SD card using a reader. Plays great on my 650 with TCPMP.

    Everything above is FREE!!!
    Factory unlocked/unbranded GSM 650 - Tmobile; FW: 1.71; SW: 1.20-ENA; Carrier DB: 255; HW: A

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  11. #31  
    Oh yeah, as to time. . . DVD Shrink takes about 10 minutes and the PocketDIVXencoder part takes about an hour (goes a lot faster if you increase the priority).
    Factory unlocked/unbranded GSM 650 - Tmobile; FW: 1.71; SW: 1.20-ENA; Carrier DB: 255; HW: A

    If I'm repeating what someone has already said look at how long the thread is and ask yourself if you really expect me to read the whole thing.
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