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#1 Ryan 3000

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Posted 16 September 2007 - 04:16 PM

I'm trying to get a copy of Casino Royale off of the DVD and into my computer so I can watch it on my PMP. I record it using the Plextor PXTV100U converter that uses Composite connections and converts it into USB signals. The Plextor works conveniently well with WMM. The problem is, when I record the thing in high def, the sounds is awesome but the Plextor can't keep up with video recording and majorly skips frames (but the sound is unaffected). When I record in lo def, the resolution gives the Plextor no problem but the sound sucks. Well, I have to splice together the video from lo def and the sound from hi def. When I go to put the two together using WMM it all works seamlessly, until.... it gets about 50% thru the 'convert to movie file' conversion and then all of a sudden I get an error message that says it cannot go further, make sure the original file and the directory I'm saving this one to are both still available. Well, they are, but it keeps BS-in' me anyway its getting really annoying. What's the problem, the two files work fine separately but together they hate each other.

Edited by Ryan 3000, 16 September 2007 - 04:19 PM.

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