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[DVDRip]Street Fighter II V Ep.01-Ep.29 ストリートファイターⅡV 第1話-第29話
Tooncore's simple free and easy guide to encoding a DVD on a PC.
Programs used; freeware/ opensource.
Many friends here at Kametsu ask me, how do you do the voodoo that you do ?
No magic or talent required, you too can do this and here's how!
In order to do the best encode possible I use 3 seperate drives. Although, you can use just one drive if you want.
(1st drive) C: System drive for DVD Decrypter and Handbrake.
(2nd drive) E: Source drive, Where the DVD is located. (ISO or VIDEO_TS)
(3rd drive) F: Project save drive. (This is where I save my encodes)
Step 1: Open DVD Decrypter and select "Mode", then choose "Files" or "ISO".
I'm burning a DVD to my PC that I want to encode, so I choose "ISO" "Read".
You can also choose "Files" which will create a VIDEO_TS (VOB) files and
folder. I personally prefer to work with a ISO (Image) file.
Step 2: Now add your DVD in your DVD Drive and wait for DVD Decrypter to
initialize your DVD and for the files to parse. You will see a "Ready" in
the bottom left corner when your ready to rip. Select your destination
where you want the DVD to be burned to.
Step 3: Decrypt/ Burn your DVD to your PC.
Step 1: Source Selection.
Select either "Folder" or "File".
Choose "Folder" for VIDEO_TS (VOB files).
Or choose "File" for an ISO (Image file).
Step 2: Preset.
On the left side panel you will see "Presets".
Scroll all the way to the bottom and under the "Legacy" section, select "High Profile".
Step 3: Cropping.
Under the "Cropping" section, select custom.
Then adjust to "0" on the top, bottom, left and right.
Now while still in the "Picture" tab, you can see "Size" and "Source".
Use the up arrows to adjust your "Width" and "Height" to match your "Source".
Step 4: Output Setting/ Container.
Under "Output Setting" "Container" select either MP4 or MKV.
Step 5: Audio.
Click the "Audio" tab and under "Audio Tracks" is "Add Tracks".
Click the down arrow and select "Add all Remaining Tracks"
Step 6: Subtitles.
Click the "Subtitles" tab and under "Subtitles Tracks" is "Add Subtitles".
Click the down arrow and select "Add All Remaining Subtitles"
Step 7: Title.
Select your "Title" that you want to encode here. This particular example is a TV series and has 5 episodes on this DVD. So I have chosen "Title 1".
Step 8: Destination.
Browse to determine where you would like the encode to be saved.
Step 9. Start Encode.
Click the "Start Encode" button and sit back and wait, or go do something because it may take awhile depending on your PC's speed.
Step 10. Title.
Under "Title" select the next "Title 2" and repeat steps 3-6 for TV series.
Movies may have multiple "Title" tracks too, especially if there are extras on the DVD.
I hope this helps and makes things easier for you.
If something was forgotten, something is wrong, or if you just want to make a suggestion please feel free to do so.
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