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I recently ripped the first season DVD of aqua teen hunger force to my hard drive. The VOB file is complete and works just fine. I wanted to compress the file to an XVID backup, so I can get the 6 gigabyte file off my laptop. I managed to rip and compress the video just fine, but when I try to rip the audio from the file, it is all garbled, sounds like it's stuttering. When I rip it with a different program, it worked just fine, but there was like a low pitch whine in the background of the audio file the whole way through. Is this some kind of copy protection, and is there any way to get around it, or should I use another program? If worse comes to worse, I guess I can play the vob file and record it from the soundcard, but I'm worried about audio synchronization problems. Is there another program I can use?
Also on another note, whenever I try to take a screen shot of a video file, it just gives me a black image whenever I try to paste it into paint. Is there a program or way I can get around this as well? Thanks to any advice!
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