I need help with Winx dvd ripper audio sync problem

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Hi guys.  I used WinX DVD Ripper Version 7 to convert a couple of my personal home videos from DVD format to mp4 file format so I could play it on my iPhone 4S.  I converted it with a lower bitrate but I'm having a WinX DVD ripper audio sync problem.  Why are the video and audio not in sync with each other.  Please help.

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Answered By 15 points N/A #133070

I need help with Winx dvd ripper audio sync problem

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Hi Dorothy,

 
For audio/video sync problems using Win X DVD ripper, you can use "Force A/V sync" setting. This can be found in the Advanced settings option of Win X DVD ripper. 
 
Also, for specific formats, please use the following setting:
 
For NTSC, set the "Video Frame rate to 29.97"
For PAL , set the "Video Frame rate to 25"
Answered By 590495 points N/A #328458

I need help with Winx dvd ripper audio sync problem

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If you are ripping a video from a video DVD and you are having audio and video sync problems, try ripping the disc with HandBrake. Commercial video DVDs are normally copyrighted or DRM-protected. This protects the contents from getting duplicated. DRM stands for Digital Rights Management and is the copyright protection implemented on digital media.

Videos from unprotected video DVDs can be ripped and converted into different video formats but is not possible on protected DVDs. There are many commercial DVD applications that can rip DVDs but I’m not sure if there are ones that can rip videos from DRM-protected DVDs. Most of them can only rip videos from unprotected DVDs.

But there is a way you can remove the DRM protection using HandBrake. It is a video conversion tool that can convert videos from almost any format to a selection of modern and widely supported codec. It supports Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 both 32-bit and 64-bit. Download and install HandBrake.

Once installed, you need to install “libdvdcss” to allow HandBrake to rip videos from protected DVDs. For 32-bit Microsoft Windows, download libdvdcss for 32-bit. For 64-bit Microsoft Windows, download libdvdcss for 64-bit. After downloading the file, copy it to the installation folder of HandBrake located in “C:\Program Files\Handbrake.” And that’s it. You can now rip your DRM-protected DVDs with HandBrake.

For instructions on how to rip a DVD, visit How to Rip a DVD to your Computer.

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